Unborn baby dies from injuries in Brooklyn crash

Unborn baby dies from injuries in Brooklyn crash

The Tony-Award winning actress, Ruthie Ann Blumenstein whose 4-year-old daughter was killed in a vehicle crash loses her unborn baby.

A Brooklyn grand jury cited Dorothy Bruns, the 44-year-old Staten Island driver involved in the fatal crash.

Lawyer Ben Rubinowitz said this death of the unborn baby is the result of the same car-hit tragedy on March 5.

A pregnant mother's unborn child died from injuries she and the baby sustained months ago when a driver hit the woman and fatally struck two kids on a Park Slope street, her lawyer announced in a statement on Wednesday.

Ruthie and her husband had planned to name her Sophia. Abigail, Miles' daughter, and Lew's 1-year-old boy, Joshua, were both killed in the crash.

Miles' 5-year-old daughter, Abigail, and Joshua Lew, 20 months old, were killed when a woman reportedly had a seizure behind the wheel of a auto which rolled into a crosswalk and struck the pedestrians.

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"The pain suffered by Ruthie and [her husband] Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom", read the statement from Rubinowitz, a personal-injury attorney representing the family.

- 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.

Bruns claims she had a seizure before running the red light, which is what ultimately led to the horrific crash.

Ruthie Ann Miles accepts the award for best performance by an actress in a featured role in a musical for "The King & I" at the 69th annual Tony Awards in NY.

It's now been confirmed that, sadly, Miles has lost the child. Bruns was indicted earlier this month.