Kaimuki High School graduate Ruthie Ann Miles, a Broadway star who lost her daughter in a freak Brooklyn crash in March, has lost her unborn daughter, her attorney said.
The Broadway star, 34, was involved in a horror vehicle crash which saw her 4 year old daughter, Abigail Blumenstein, lose her life.
"This past Friday Ruthie and Jonathan lost their baby, Sophia Rosemary Wong Blumenstein", continued the statement.
"The pain suffered by Ruthie and Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom", Rubinowitz said.More news: Distant galaxy hints at universe's earliest stars
"At the time of the crash Ruthie was pregnant and was severely injured", they said.
Miles, a Tony Award Winning actress, was 30-weeks into her pregnancy when the shocking event, where a woman driver killed 2 very young children ages 4 and 20 months, as they walked with their parents in a crosswalk in Park Slope.
The driver of the auto, Dorothy Bruns, was charged with manslaughter.
Miles, who also is known as Ruth Blumenstein, was pregnant when she was badly injured in the crash.More news: Gianluigi Buffon to leave Juventus; reveals offers that may hold off retirement
The mayhem unfolded after Bruns, then 44, ran through a steady red light, according to information in the indictment. Miles and husband Jonathan Blumenstein were expecting the child later in May.
The driver told police she had experienced a seizure at the time of the crash.
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.
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