Tony award winning performer from Kaimuki recovering after deadly crash

Tony award winning performer from Kaimuki recovering after deadly crash

Abigail and Joshua were killed, while Miles - who's pregnant - and Lew are hospitalized. A second woman who was also injured is in stable condition.

"An out-of-control driver blew through a red light", said The Daily News, "dragging one kid's stroller more than 350 feet".

A 46-year-old man was also struck by the auto and was expected to survive.

Ruthie Ann Miles and daughter Abigail attend the Actors" Equity opening night Gypsy Robe Ceremony honoring MaryAnn Hu for "Sunday in the Park with George' on February 23, 2017 in New York City. A GoFundMe page has been set up by friends and family members to cover medical expenses and has raised over $186,000 in less than 24 hours.

The pedestrians were at an intersection in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn when a vehicle driven by a 44-year-old woman ran the red light. Tell me this isn't happening. The driver did not attempt to flee the scene.

Witness Debbie LaSalle was crossing the same intersection when she saw the Volvo speed by, she told the Daily News.

The 34-year-old Broadway star - who is now pregnant with her second child - is said to be in critical condition via a fundraiser page setup in her honor by Fiasco Theater Company manager Jack Stephens. Dorothy attempted to flee the scene, according to eyewitnesses, only stopped after crashing into a vehicle.




In 2015, after several years working off-Broadway, she won the Tony Award for best actress in a musical after playing Lady Thiang in the revival of "The King and I". She was taken from the scene to undergo toxicology tests. Some reported seeing the driver run a red light.

He shared GoFundMe pages for both Ruthie and Lauren's families, calling the tragedy "unimaginable".

Leah Finnegan (ex-Gawker, current-Outline writer) was the first to report on the crash via her Twitter account. She has also had a role as Young Hee Seong in the television show The Americans.

At the time of publishing it was unknown how far along Miles' pregnancy was or if the unborn baby was harmed.

"For Chirlane and I obviously this is very personal".

"I could fall and never hit the ground because of the fantastic women who are my friends behind me", she said. 'This loss of life is tragic and painful for all of us, especially parents'.

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