Pregnant Broadway actress loses baby after NYC auto crash killed her daughter

Ruthie Ann Blumenstein who lost her 4-year-old daughter Abigail when Dorothy Bruns ran a red light March 5 has lost her unborn daughter

- The unborn child of Broadway actress Ruthie Ann Miles has died from injuries sustained in a crash that killed the baby's sister and another child in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Ruthie would have given birth to her daughter later this month.

Lawyer Ben Rubinowitz said this death of the unborn baby is the result of the same car-hit tragedy on March 5. Blumenstein, who was critically injured in the crash, lost her child on Friday.

'The pain suffered by Ruthie and Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom, ' they added.

Hawaii actress Loretta Ables Sayre, a friend of Miles', expressed her condolences on Facebook.

Ruthie's friend Lauren Lew and her one-year-old son Joshua were also involved in the accident; Joshua was killed in the crash.

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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.

A city housing authority worker was hit six months prior to the fatal accident, with Bruns leaving the woman injured and driving away from the crime scene.

Investigators later discovered Bruns has a history of seizures and other medical conditions that may have led to the deadly incident, and a grand jury indicted her on reckless manslaughter charges earlier this month after prosecutors alleged she ignored doctors' orders when she climbed behind the wheel on the day of the collision.

Her driver's license was suspended following the crash.