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Pregnant Broadway Actress Injured In Car Crash Loses Unborn Baby

Pregnant Broadway Actress Injured In Car Crash Loses Unborn Baby

Miles, who was set to give birth this month, was 39 weeks pregnant.

Miles was 30 weeks pregnant when she was hit by a auto that drove through a busy crosswalk in Park Slope on March 5.

Ruthie Ann Miles and her husband Jonathan Blumenstein were expecting the baby girl this month. Abigail died along with Ms. Lew's 1-year-old son, Charles, who was in a stroller.

Before her death, Abigail was excited to become elder sister.

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The driver then crashed into parked cars on the opposite side of the street.

"She is the last person who should have been in a auto". Dorothy Bruns, 44 the Staten Island driver who was involved in the fatal crash has been charged with criminally negligent homicide, manslaughter and assault stemming. "She was very much like her mother".

Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez said that Bruns never should not have been behind the wheel because her doctor repeatedly told her that she was was not allowed to drive due to medical conditions.

Miles played Christmas Eve in "Avenue Q" and starred as Imelda Marcos in "Here Lies Love", both off-Broadway. Ruthie has now suffered a miscarriage, losing a full-term baby which they named Sophia Rosemary Wong Blumenstein.

- Stephanie J. Block (@StephanieJBlock) May 17, 2018 Light every candle, write every letter, comfort them by simply just being there for them in any way we can. "Our focus and concern right now is for Ruthie and her family".

According to sources Ruthie was a wonderful mother. "She always put Abigail first and was really dedicated to spending time together".

Friends of the Tony Award-winning Broadway star claim that Ruthie and Jonathan were excited to add to their growing family.

"The pain suffered by Ruthie and Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom", Rubinowitz said in a statement sent to CBS2.

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