Pregnant Broadway actress loses baby after NYC auto crash killed her daughter

Pregnant Broadway actress loses baby after NYC auto crash killed her daughter

Pregnant Broadway actress loses baby after NYC auto crash killed her daughter

The unborn baby of mom Ruthie Ann Miles died from injuries from the crash, according to Miles' lawyer.

Tony-award winning actress Ruthie Ann Miles has lost her unborn baby, months after she was severely injured in a Park Slope vehicle crash that killed her 4-year-old daughter and another child.

The actress whose daughter was fatally struck by a driver in Park Slope lost the baby she was pregnant with at the time of the crash, her lawyer said Wednesday.

"The pain suffered by Ruthie and Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom", he added.

The alleged driver, Dorothy Bruns of Concord, was indicted by a Brooklyn Grand Jury on charges that included manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, reckless endangerment, assault, reckless driving and disobeying traffic signals. Her jail time may be up to 15 years, though this tragedy will last a lifetime for the grieving parents of both young children.

And Miles's family filed a separate civil suit against Bruns, according to Rubinowitz, who said he expects the death of the actress's unborn child to affect the case. She was due to deliver a baby girl later this month with her husband, Jonathan Blumenstein, according to media reports.

In March, Brooklyn police say Miles and her friend Lauren Lew, also from Hawaii, were walking in a marked crosswalk with their children when a vehicle ran a red light.

A couple of months ago I posted about Ruthie Ann Miles, our Tony Award winning actress friend in NY who had lost...

She claims she had a seizure.

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