A professional boxer who cops say crashed into a pregnant mother of four livestreamed the immediate aftermath of the accident instead of helping the woman.
Krystil Kincaid, 29, and her unborn child were killed in the California car crash, which police said was the fault of boxer Marcos Forestal, 28.
He was allegedly driving under the influence at the time, and veered into the wrong lane before slamming into Kincaid's minivan, according to police. After the crash, he streamed the accident on Facebook Live.
Kincaid's husband, Zach, is devastated by the loss of his wife, and struggling to come to terms with it.
"He didn't try to help her. He didn't do anything to help. He said, 'Look at what somebody did to my car.'" Zach told Inside Edition.
The father was on the phone with his wife when she was hit.
"It was a horrible scream," Zach said. "It only lasted two seconds but ... I screamed for her to say something. I was listening for a moan — agony ... nothing."
Just before the crash, Forestal posted another video to Facebook showing himself partying with friends.
"He was speeding at 85 mph — in her lane," said Zach.
Kincaid, who was eight months pregnant, was clinging to life when she was airlifted to a nearby hospital, where doctors made every attempt to save her and her unborn baby.
But it was too late.
"The doctor [was] crying. She was telling me how perfect she was ... chubby cheeks, chubby thighs," Zach said of his child.
Heartbreaking images taken at Kincaid's funeral show her four surviving children saying goodbye to her, and holding their unborn sibling.
Zach shared them to raise awareness of drunken driving dangers. He's also started a Change.org petition to change California sentencing laws for driving drunk.
"I had to show everybody that nightmare," he said.
Forestal has pleaded not guilty to vehicular manslaughter. His manager Christina Carillo said in a statement, "I would like to extend my deepest condolences to those that have lost their loved ones in this horrible tragedy. At this time, we are cooperating fully with the ongoing investigation."
A GoFundMe page set up for Kincaid and her family has raised more than $60,000.