Tony-grant winning on-screen character Ruthie Ann Miles was injured and her 4-year-old little girl was killed when a car put a few people in New York City, Miles’ specialist said on Tuesday.
Miles, 34, who is pregnant, was in stable condition and her unborn tyke was doing admirably, specialist Dustin Flores said by email. The accident happened on Monday in the New York City ward of Brooklyn when a driver lost control and hit five individuals, New York City police said.
Miles’ little girl Abigail and the 1-year-old son of Miles’ friend, Lauren Lew, were articulated dead at hospital, police said.
Miles won a Tony grant for best highlighted on-screen character in a melodic in 2015 for her part as Lady Thiang in the recovery of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “The King and I.”