Pregnant Slope-crash survivor's unborn baby dies

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Miles, who was about seven months pregnant at the time, was severely injured.

At the time of the accident in March, Miles, who was pregnant, was badly injured and spent some time in the intensive care unit.

"This past Friday Ruthie and Jonathan lost their baby, Sophia Rosemary Wong Blumenstein", Rubinowitz continued.

- Keala Settle (@kealasettle) May 17, 2018 If you happen to be the praying type, to deities or nature or whatever light you know, please send words of love up to this family. Lew's one year old boy Joshua also died in the wreck.

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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.

The pain of Ruthie and Jonathan can not be fathom.

Ruthie Ann Miles, 35 and her little daughter Abigail, 4 met with a horrific vehicle crash after a driver Dorothy Bruns, 44 crashed into them in March 2018 while they were walking from church. A 44-year-old woman with medical issues didn't stop at a red light in Park Slope and slammed into them, killing both of the children.

Gonzalez said Bruns was ordered not to drive for one year after she was hospitalized when she crashed into a parked auto less than two months before the Park Slope incident.

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According to sources Abigail was the brightest little spirit.

She and husband Jonathan Blumenstein were expecting a baby girl.

A GoFundMe page for Ruthie and her family has raised $426,000, with the fundraiser now closed.

The theater community has been rallying around Miles, who won a Tony in 2015 for her role in the Broadway revival of The King and I. Her breakout NY stage role was as Imelda Marcos in the David Byrne-Fatboy Slim immersive dance-club musical, Here Lies Love.

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