An allegedly drunk professional boxer live streamed the wreckage of a fatal car crash police say he caused. The brutal collison killed a mother of three and her unborn child.
Athlete Marcos Forestal, 28, drove his BMW into Krystil Kincaid in Hemet, California on Sept. 9 at around 9:30 pm, according to a statement from police.
Kincaid was trapped in the flaming wreckage of her vehicle when police arrived at the scene. Emergency responders were able to put out the fire and airlift Kincaid to a nearby hospital.
A GoFundMe page set up by Kincaid's family indicates that Kincaid's unborn baby died as a result of the crash. Kincaid was pronounced dead shortly thereafter.
Forestal was found near the vehicles and appeared to have been drunk.
“Forestal displayed symptoms of alcohol intoxication and was arrested,” reads the Helmet Police Department statement.
Forestal had used Facebook Live to document the results of the crash. The video was shared widely on social media before it was deleted. An Instagram post which shows the footage has more 10,000 views.
"I had an accident. Guys, look at what happened to me," Forestal can be heard saying in Spanish in the video.
Zach Kincaid, Krystil's husband, said that Forestal's live stream was unforgivable.
“It wasn’t until I saw that, that I was upset with his lack of humanity and compassion,” he told The Press Enterprise, a Riverside, California-based news organization. “It seems to be the kind of person he was. At that moment, I came to the realization that he just killed my wife and my child, and that he only cares for himself. Hopefully, some prison time will allow him to reflect and be a better person when he comes out.”
Kincaid also explained his children initially thought they were at the hospital because their mother had the baby, only for him to share the tragic news.
“They thought they had a baby sister here," Zach said to KTLA, a Los Angeles, California-based news organization. "They got the worst news of their life. They were told that they don’t have a mom, or a baby sister, anymore.”
Forestal was arrested for suspicion of driving while intoxicated and causing a collision that resulted in major injuries. After Kincaid was pronounced dead, the charge was upgraded to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. He remained in police custody on $75,000 bail, according to inmate records obtained by KTLA.
Forestal pleaded not guilty on Sept. 12, according to The Press Enterprise. The status of his legal representation is unclear.
Forestal is the current reigning World Boxing Federation International Super Bantamweight champion.
[Photo: Hemet Police Department]
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