undergroundnewsroom.com March 23, 2018

Tony Winner Ruthie Ann Miles's Daughter Killed in Brooklyn Car Crash

07 March 2018, 11:50 | Ruben Stone

The pregnant mother of the two kids killed was taken to the hospital in critical condition

The pregnant mother of the two kids killed was taken to the hospital in critical condition

WABC-TV reports, Broadway star Ruthie Ann Blumenstein, who goes by the stage name Ruthie Ann Miles and won a Tony for her role as Lady Thiang in a revival of the "King and I", was injured in the accident in Brooklyn's Park Slope section.

The mother and her two kids, a three-year-old boy and a five-year-old girl, had just gotten off the bus and were crossing the street when a woman driving a white Volvo sped through the intersection at 9th Street and Fifth Avenue - and struck the family.

The New York Daily News identified the driver as 44-year-old Dorothy Bruns.

Lew's 1-year-old was killed after the stroller was dragged about 100 feet by the vehicle.

Both Miles, who is pregnant (her unborn child was thankfully unharmed), and Lew are said to be in stable condition at the hospital.

A GoFundMe page set up for Ruthie has raised $325,040 after initially setting up a $5,000 goal, while $158,989 has been raised for Laurie's family at the time of writing. An NYPD source said that the woman claimed to have had a seizure. When she accepted the prestigious award, she thanked many people, apparently including the Lew family.

While Miles was still in high school, she also performed in Diamond Head Theater's production of Carousel.

John Kelly jokes chief of staff job is God's punishment
The following day, Kelly said, Porter's other wife alleged further allegations of abuse. "I talked to Rob and just, he resigned". The lengthy delay was highly unusual, and White House veterans have said it should have raised warning signs of a problem.

Amazon talking to banks about checking account-like product
It's completely possible that the company will shy away from the effort and nothing will happen, reports The Wall Street Journal . The Wall Street Journal said any potential collaboration is " in its early stages and may not come to fruition".

Kobe Bryant: Five-time NBA Champion, one-time MVP, Oscar Winner
When the former Laker told friends and colleagues that he wanted to be a writer and a filmmaker, they humored him, he said . It is important to mention the 39-year-old is the first National Basketball Association player ever to win an Oscar .

Wendy Lasalle told the New York Daily News that she saw the accident happen.

"The mom was sitting there next to him screaming, " Macaluso, 26, told the newspaper.

As Miles and her family prepare for her daughter's funeral- her friends in the theater community send their love.

"She was just kind of, 'Oh, God, this can't be happening!"

The driver reportedly ran a red light.

"The vehicle continued forward and struck a parked and unoccupied auto before coming to a stop", said the NYPD in a statement. She then asked for fans to DM her because "That woman was me". Tell me this isn't happening! Watchers of The Americans know and love her as Mary Kay consultant Young-Hee Seong.

While former Mayor Michael Bloomberg focused on improving the safety of pedestrians and cyclists, current Mayor Bill de Blasio has focused more on car-centric policies. According to NY1, Bruns was arrested and charges against her are pending. "But I will state the obvious". 'This loss of life is tragic and painful for all of us, especially parents'.

Other News

Trending Now

Panama Hotel Removes Trump's Name
It added that the spat will ultimately be settled by an arbitration panel under the International Chamber of Commerce. Though Fintiklis has generally declined to comment on the dispute, he appeared to gloat Monday.

High of 45 with strong winds in Boulder today
Easterly winds this afternoon and evening are expected to cause blowing and drifting snow, resulting in reduced visibility. Today , skies will be mostly cloudy in the morning, then change to sunny, with the high near 56, the weather service said.

Teens exposed to five toxic chemicals from E-cigarettes Video
Acrolein "is toxic to humans following inhalation, oral or dermal exposure", the Environmental Protection Agency says . The group that used both e-cigarettes and traditional cigarettes had levels that were six times higher.

BJP used money, muscle power to win Tripura, says Yechury
The BJP, which drew a blank in the last elections, got two seats. "They succeeded as a result", Yechury said. Acharya has invited the three-time chief minister to form a government.

Dozens dead in attacks on Burkina
A military barrier is placed along a street leading to Burkina Faso's army headquarters in the capital Ougadougou , Burkina Faso. The 5,000-strong force combines troops from Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Chad and Mauritania to battle extremism in the region.

'Supercolony' of 1.5 million Adelie penguins found in Antarctica
The scientists used an algorithm to search images from the American Landsat spacecraft for sites of possible penguin activity. Well, the Danger Islands are fairly remote, even by Antarctica standards.

" "Mike Zimmer admits team's top three quarterbacks all come with "$64000 question"
The Vikings have already reportedly chose to let both Case Keenum and Teddy Bridgewater become unrestricted free agents. Bradford played only two games last season because of knee injury Zimmer characterized as " degenerative ".

Opioid crisis: Overdose rates jump 30% in one year
It recorded 142,000 overdoses in United States hospital emergency departments between July 2016 and September 2017. Repeat opioid overdoses can be avoided through treatment referrals provided during emergency department visits.

SC stalls probe against Major Aditya
Copies of the FIR available locally and visible of social media clearly show Major Aditya's name mentioned in the FIR. To a query by the court on whether he would be named subsequently, Naphade said it would depend on the investigation.

Top Emirates adviser cooperating with Mueller
Apparently, it was something he heard on MSNBC's " The Beat with Ari Melber " that led him to reconsider his position. Despite that, Nunberg told MSNBC he got the impression from his interview that they had evidence implicating Trump.