Pregnant Slope-crash survivor's unborn baby dies


Miles was due to give birth to a baby girl this month.

Tony Award-winning actress Ruthie Ann Miles - whose 4-year-old daughter Abigail Blumenstein died immediately following the horrific crash - lost her second child at 39 weeks pregnant, when the baby was full-term, according to attorney Ben Rubinowitz.

Blumenstein and her husband, Jonathan, were expecting a daughter this month.

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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.

Miles' daughter was killed in a Brooklyn crosswalk, along with the son of the woman, Lauren Lew, who was walking alongside the duo.

The death of the unborn child will go unpunished, however, as state homicide legislation applies only after a baby is born, thus preventing prosecutors from adding further charges. Her jail time may be up to 15 years, though this tragedy will last a lifetime for the grieving parents of both young children.

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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.

To make matters worse, the alleged culprit had previously racked up eight tickets for running red lights and speeding violations.

Bruns, 44, attempted to flee after the incident, dragging Joshua Lew's stroller down Ninth Street until she crashed into several cars and was detained by witnesses. 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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