Hawaii born Broadway actress injured in tragic crash loses unborn baby

Unborn baby of Hawaii actress Ruthie Ann Miles, who lost daughter in New York crash, dies

Broadway star Ruthie Ann Miles loses unborn baby two months after daughter is killed in car accident

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 vehicle which rolled into a crosswalk and struck the pedestrians.

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

The Broadway star, 34, was involved in a horror auto crash which saw her 4 year old daughter, Abigail Blumenstein, lose her life.

"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.

At around 12:40pm, the 44-year-old female driver in question ran over Abigail and dragged Lauren's one-year-old son Josh over 100 feet down the road, while he was still in his pushchair.

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At one point, the woman grabbed a couple of tissues from the counter and continued to argue with the employee at the desk. The incident happened at the downtown location of Tim Horton's in Langley, British Columbia, southeast of Vancouver.

She got severely injured in the accident, her unborn child has died because of injuries sustained in the accident, according to a lawyer for Ms. Blumenstein.

The musical theatre performer, who won a Tony Award for her role in The King And I, was 39 weeks pregnant with partner, Jonathan Blumenstein on Friday, when she lost her baby.

Miles and her husband Jonathan Blumenstein lost their unborn daughter, Sophia Rosemary Wong Blumenstein, on Friday, the family's attorney Ben Rubinowitz said in a statement, the Wall Street Journal reported.

There is more heartbreak for one of the families that lost their child in a horrific Brooklyn crash.

To make matters worse, the alleged culprit had previously racked up eight tickets for running red lights and speeding violations. Evidence cited by Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez earlier this month showed that Bruns suffered two other seizures immediately after the crash.

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