Unborn baby dies from injuries in Brooklyn crash

Share

Tony-award winning actress Ruthie Ann Miles has lost her unborn baby, months after she was severely injured in a Park Slope vehicle crash that killed her 4-year-old daughter and another child. During the accident, Miles was 7 months pregnant, was also hit by the vehicle. This past Friday Ruthie and Jonathan lost their baby, Sophia Rosemary Wong Blumenstein.

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. Lew's one year old boy Joshua also died in the wreck.

- 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. The driver, Dorothy Bruns, was arrested at her Staten Island home on Thursday, May 3, and has been charged with manslaughter. But shortly after the collision, Miles's family said her unborn baby survived the ordeal in a statement released via social media.

"The pain suffered by Ruthie and Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom", he added. Evidence cited by Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez earlier this month showed that Bruns suffered two other seizures immediately after the crash.

Bottas anxious about Mercedes' prospects for Monaco
Valtteri Bottas has set the fastest time with Mercedes on the final day of Formula One testing in Barcelona. Hamilton's win on Sunday was the 21st time in 28 races the polesitter has won at the Circuit de Catalunya.

Man in NY restaurant threatens to call ICE on people speaking Spanish
As a reference, only 51 percent of New Yorkers actually speak English at home, according to a 2012 WNYC report. Newsweek reached out to Suazo and Fresh Kitchen for comment but did not hear back in time for publication.

High court gambling ruling could aid sanctuary cities' fight
They were responding to legislation signed into law by Gov. So we're going to take care of it, Margaret. And it's happening more and more".

"This should never happen".

Miles, who won a Tony award for a 2015 role in the "The King and I", was 39 weeks pregnant when she lost the child on Friday, the family's lawyer told the outlet.

"They are overwhelmed by the sadness of the deaths of their children", added Rubinowitz.

A driver allegedly ran a red light while Ruthie, Abigail, Lauren and Joshua were crossing the road in Brooklyn.

Share