Unborn baby dies from injuries in Brooklyn crash

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The Tony-Award winning actress, Ruthie Ann Blumenstein whose 4-year-old daughter was killed in a vehicle crash loses her unborn baby. Another source revealed Ruthie and her husband were thrilled to be expecting again.

The unborn child of Broadway star Ruthie Ann Miles has died after the actress was hit by a driver who went through a red light in NY. Abigail, Miles' daughter, and Lew's 1-year-old boy, Joshua, were both killed in the crash.

She won for best featured actress in a musical in 2015 and had been due to play the same role in London's West End this summer.

Miles, who also is known as Ruth Blumenstein, was pregnant when she was badly injured in the crash. The mother of one of the victims, who was 7 months pregnant at the time and was also injured in the crash, lost her unborn baby.

"The pain suffered by Ruthie and Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom", Rubinowitz said.

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At the time of the crash, it was reported that Ruthie's unborn baby was unharmed, while the Tony Award-winning actress was recovering after initially being in critical condition.

'The pain suffered by Ruthie and Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom, ' they added. Prosecution told Peoplemagazine that Bruns was arraigned on charges of "manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide and assault". Prior to Abigail's death, she was reportedly "excited" about becoming a big sister.

The mayhem unfolded after Bruns, then 44, ran through a steady red light, according to information in the indictment.

The star now has a recurring guest role in The Americans, while she has starred in productions of Avenue Q, Annie, Sweeney Todd and Here Lies Love. Her lawyer entered a not guilty plea on Dorothy's behalf. Bruns was indicted earlier this month.

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