Famous Sports Champion Crashes BMW, Killing Pregnant Mother-of-Three

September 12, 2018Sep 12, 2018

A family in California has been left devastated after a car accident involving a professional boxer and a pregnant mother-of-three. According to Fox News, the professional sports player is suspected to have been driving under the influence of alcohol. 


Krystil Kincaid and her unborn child did not survive the crash. Sadly, reports say that Kincaid was on speaker phone with her husband Zach at the time of the deadly crash. The last thing her husband heard was the final screams of his wife followed by silence. 

Now, investigators are focusing their efforts on the driver of the BMW, Marcos Forestal. Marcos is a professional boxer who is the World Boxing Federation International Super Bantamweight champion. He is currently 28 years of age.

"Officials arrested Forestal at the scene on suspicion of driving while intoxicated that resulted in major injuries. His charges were later upgraded to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated," reported Fox News.


Sadly, Krystil's husband has had to maintain his composure in order to be there for their other children. He said one of the toughest things was breaking the awful news to his kids. Krystil leaves behind a daughter, 11, and two sons, ages eight and four,  as well as a 14-year-old stepdaughter.

“They thought they had a baby sister here," he said. "They got the worst news of their life. They were told that they don’t have a mom, or a baby sister, anymore.”

Please join us in praying for the Kincaid family. We place our trust in God during times like this and know that God's perfect plan will always prevail, no matter how dark the circumstances are on Earth. May God bless this family as they go through this tragic time.

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