Unborn baby dies from injuries suffered in Park Slope crash

Dorothy Bruns of Concord is treated following the fatal crash in Brooklyn

Dorothy Bruns of Concord is treated following the fatal crash in Brooklyn

Ruthie Ann Miles who was 7 months pregnant then suffered major injuries while little Abigail died on the spot.

Two months ago, on March 5, Broadway star Ruthie Ann Miles lost her four-year-old daughter in a fatal auto accident in which she was also injured. Two months after the Broadway star was injured, and her daughter was killed in a auto crash, she lost her unborn child, a baby girl due this month.

"The pain suffered by Ruthie and Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom", Rubinowitz said. Miles and her husband, Jonathan Blumenstein, were experiencing was "nearly impossible to fathom". Driver Bruns, who suffers from MS, seizures, and failing health, was charged with manslaughter.

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.

'Abigail was a great delight to everyone who knew her; no one was immune to her joy and we miss her very much. Every time you are around her you can do nothing but shine.

Blumenstein and her husband, Jonathan, were expecting a daughter this month. Her breakout NY stage role was as Imelda Marcos in the David Byrne-Fatboy Slim immersive dance-club musical, Here Lies Love. "Ruthie was a wonderful mother", continued the first source. She always gave Abigail the priority and loved spending time with her. They "were excited about expanding their family", the insider shared.

Bruns has pleaded not guilty, according to public records, and is due back in Brooklyn Supreme Court on June 13. Her driver's license has been suspended.

The driver, Dorothy Bruns, 44, was indicted earlier this month.

Our hearts go out to Ruthie, Jonathan, and both of their families.

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