Windsor Hills, Calif. (KABC) — A pregnant woman who died with her young son and boyfriend in a crash in Windsor Hills caused by a speeding car was on her way to a prenatal doctor’s appointment, her sister said Friday.

Sheena Karr and her family are in utter shock as they try to process the tragic deaths of her sister Ashley Ryan, her 11-month-old nephew, her sister’s boyfriend, and their unborn children. .

“We’re still going through the grieving phase, we’re still in phase one,” Carr said. Something like that happens once in a million.”

Kerr said her loved one was killed Thursday when the driver of a Mercedes-Benz coupe drove through the intersection of La Brea and Slawson.

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Her sister, whom she calls “Ray Ray,” had just left home and was on her way to her third trimester checkup when the crash happened.

“We all live together, so she literally walked out the door and she said, ‘OK, I love you. I have an appointment with my doctor to check on the baby.’ go to.

Carr offered to see Alonzo, but Ryan said he wanted his son in the car.

“When I look at my son, I see my nephew,” Carr said. “My nephew was my son’s first best friend. My nephew was like my son’s brother. All they knew was each other.”

Additionally, Carr said the father of Ryan’s unborn child, 24-year-old Reynold Lester, was in the car.

She said he was one of the victims killed.

According to Ryan’s family, Lester was 24 and worked as a security guard. According to her family, Ryan was a stay-at-home mom and a student.

Ryan’s family is falling apart, but they rely on their faith for comfort and peace.

They are now seeking answers from the Mercedes driver as to what led to the crash.

“On behalf of my family, we forgive you. Although we have experienced this terrible loss, we believe in God and He does all things for a reason. I believe there is,” Carr said.

Up to six vehicles collided near a gas station in Windsor Hills after a Mercedes-Benz sedan ran a red light at high speed after 1:30 p.m. Thursday, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Video showed the Mercedes driving through an intersection, bursting into flames, hitting a sign at the corner of a petrol station and crashing into at least two cars that were sent rushing onto the sidewalk. A vehicle was torn in half.

Nicole Lorraine Linton, 37, has been detained at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Westwood, the CHP said in a news release on Friday.

According to the Highway Patrol, if the case is brought to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, a gross negligence vehicular manslaughter charge is recommended.

Ryan’s family is planning to bury a loved one, so they created a GoFundMe page to help with funeral costs.

If you would like to donate, please click here.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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