Man Shares Heartbreaking Images Of Late Wife & Baby In Coffin

October 10, 2018
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A heartbroken husband shared a disturbing photo of his late wife holding their unborn child after they were tragically killed by a suspected drunk driver.

Zach Kincaid based in California in the US posted the devastating pictures on Facebook to show people the complete heartbreak his family has been through after his wife, Krystil (29), and their unborn daughter were both killed in a head-on collision on 9 September

The accident had involved a champion boxer that has been accused of drinking and driving, the Mirror reports.

A drunk driver speeding down a two-lane highway at 85+mp/h [136kp/h] in the wrong lane around a blind corner destroyed my family,” Zach said on Facebook.

The max sentence for killing my wife and daughter is 10 years max.

“The state of California doesn’t think there was the intent but I know driving recklessly in that manner he didn’t intend anything good . . .

“My daughter’s due date was October 9th. A 36-week old fully developed baby isn’t considered a person in the state of California. How do I explain to my children this injustice?”

The devastated Father went on to say that he and his remaining four young kids are struggling to cope.

“My children and I have never felt so disposable. Look at the devastation left behind that is my family and tell me it isn’t time for a change

“Imagine if this was your family. Who’ll fight with me for a change? Who’ll spread this like wildfire?

“Who’ll write their representatives and demand change? We can’t as a society look the other way any longer. Driving drunk is the intent,” he wrote.

The images from the funeral show the utterly devasted family members looking into their coffin and each taking turns holding the lifeless baby, The Sun reported.

Zach has started a GoFundMe page to help his family deal with the sudden loss of their loved one.

Cuban boxer Marcos Forestal (28) has been arrested on the suspicion of drunk driving and has pleaded not guilty to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, the Daily Mail reports.

Forestal is due to appear in court on 1 November.

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