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Drunk Pro Boxer Live-Streams Crash That Killed Pregnant Mother

Drunk Boxer Live-Streams Crash Killed Pregnant Mother
Source: Hemet Police Department/Facebook

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:42 a.m. ET

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Professional boxer Marcos Forestal was arrested for gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated after he allegedly caused a brutal car crash that killed a pregnant mother and her unborn child.

As RadarOnline.com has learned, Forestal, 28, was driving drunk in California this Sunday at around 8:30p.m. when he crashed into Krystil Kincaid’s minivan.

The pregnant woman was on the phone with her husband at the time, and heard her screams as her vehicle was overturned by the boxer’s, according to KTLA. He also heard the firefighters struggling to get her out of the van and transporting her to the hospital.

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After the crash, the Helmet Police Department told reporters that Forestal “displayed symptoms of alcohol intoxication and was arrested.”

The athlete only sustained minor injuries, and was able to exit his BMW before it burst into flames following the fierce collision. He then took his phone out to live-stream the aftermath of the reckless accident.

“Look what happened to me, guys,” he is heard saying in Spanish in the now-deleted video. “A car crossed in front of me and look what happened to my car.”

At the time, Krystil Kincaid, 29, was struggling to stay alive inside her totaled van. When police and firefighters arrived at the scene, they transported her to the ER only to inform her family that her unborn child had died, and she was on life support.

The mother died shortly after. She is survived by her husband, Zach, and their four children, who have set up a GoFundMe page since her death.

Cuban pro boxer Marcos Forestal attended a court hearing this Wednesday and plead not guilty, according to The Press-Enterprise.

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