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Man Posts Photos ‘So Everyone Can See Nightmare’ Inside Wife’s Coffin

After a widower decided he will no longer let people look the other way, he posted photos of the nightmare he was living. Empathetic viewers were shocked to see what was in the coffin with the man’s deceased wife. Now, many say the person responsible didn’t face stiff enough consequences. See for yourself, and you decide.

Zach Kincaid had his life turned upside down when his beloved wife of 12 years was killed after being struck by a car driven by 28-year-old Marcos Forestal. Going 85 mph, speeding down the wrong lane, Forestal was reportedly drunk when he crashed into Krystil Kincaid’s minivan in Hemet, California at 8:30 pm on that fateful night. Making matters worse, Zach was on the phone with Krystil when tragedy struck and his world was torn completely apart.

“We were talking, and then I just heard her scream,” the 34-year-old widower recalled. “That scream only probably lasted about two seconds, but it replays in my mind very, very slowly,” he added. “There was a quiver of almost like despair or impending doom — and then I heard the loudest crash. It sounded like the car was tumbling after that, but it didn’t,” he explained.

Krystil Kincaid (left), Marcos Forestal (right) (Photo Credit: Facebook/Hemet Police Department via Daily Mail)

“And then, there was just silence. I didn’t hear her whimper. The silence was terrifying. The silence lasted for a while.” Next, he heard people rushing to the car, trying to open the door. They told him Krystil was still breathing, but her legs were pinned and a fire was coming for her.

Krystil was 8 months pregnant with her fifth child and planning to go on maternity leave in just four days. “She’s pregnant, she’s pregnant, is the baby okay?” screamed Zach, who was 450 miles away from his wife, out of town for work and stuck on the other end of the phone. As Zach was scrambling to get a flight home, a doctor broke the news to him over the phone that his daughter, who they had planned to name Avalynn Onix, was dead.

Then came the news that Krystil was gone too. Zach had to tell their three children and his stepdaughter that both their mother and sister were gone. After that devastating conversation, he received a link on Facebook from Krystil’s brother. Forestal had live-streamed the crash that killed his wife and unborn child. “I had an accident. Guys, look at what happened to me,” Forestal, a boxing champion, said in Spanish in the video. “Man, a car crossed in front of me. Look at my car guys,” he added before a cop approached.

“I was watching him try [to] put the blame on my wife and not take responsibility,” Zach recalled. “And, in the background, I saw my wife’s car on fire,” he added. “He didn’t even have enough humanity to go over there and try to open the door. Hold her head up, so she could breathe. Try to put out the fire.”

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