Pregnant mother, unborn baby killed in an accident


Authorities said a pregnant mother and her baby were killed in a head-on collision in Hemet, with the participation of a professional boxer suspected of driving while intoxicated.

Police said Marcus Forrestal, 28, was arrested after a crash that killed Kristel Kincaid, 29, and her unborn child, from San Jacinto.

The accident was reported shortly after 8:30 pm. On the 500 block from N. Warren Street. Police said Forrestal, the professional boxer, was speeding down Warren Road and directly collided with a Kinkaid Chrysler.

The minibus caught fire when the first responders arrived at the scene. They put out the flames and work to save Kincaid, whose legs are pinned under the dashboard, according to the GoFundMe page prepared for the 29-year-old mother.

The fundraising site stated that “firefighters used the” jaws of life “to remove the trapped woman from her car and she was airlifted to the area trauma center, where she and her unborn child died.

Kincaid was 8 months pregnant and left behind a husband and several children – including an 11-year-old daughter and two boys ages 8 and 4, according to the GoFundMe page.

Police said Forrestal had been located at the scene and had symptoms of alcohol poisoning.

Forrestal is a Cuban boxer who is the World Boxing Federation champion in the Pantamusen super weight, according to the site. The newspaper “El Nuevo Herald” reported that a man named Forrestal said after the plane crash on Sunday, in a live broadcast that he “had an accident”.

He was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries, and eventually he was taken to prison.

Authorities initially arrested Forrestal on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, resulting in serious injuries. His charges were later upgraded to manslaughter of chariots while drunk.

A pregnant mother and her unborn child were killed after a drunk driver rammed her car. The pain her family was feeling was cruel and real in a banned courtroom on Wednesday as the suspect pleaded not guilty.

Zach Kincaid took a deep breath and said, “ Relationships are relationships, but I’ve never loved anyone as much as I have loved them. We were getting married 12 years at the end of the month.

This conversation takes place at Banning Justice Center in Riverside County, just minutes after sitting in court as the drunk driver who killed his pregnant wife pledged not guilty to committing manslaughter while on charges against him in a drunken state.

Christelle Kincaid, 29, mother of three, stepmom of age 1, and eight months pregnant, was hit in the head by an 18-year-old Burbank man named Marcus Forrestal, a professional boxer.

Incredibly, he posted a video on social media after the accident blaming Kristel for crossing the double yellow line and hitting him head-on, but police say the opposite is true.

In court today in chains and in a red jumpsuit, he looked young and scared. The large Kincaid family, all on court, try to stay strong.

Krystil will live in the members they plan to harvest for donations. I was told that her 11-year-old daughter was in the hospital, where the body was kept alive for a short time by machines, to make a plaster cast for her mother’s hand.


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