Driver Who Killed Ruthie Ann Miles' Daughter Has Been Indicted
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Dorothy Bruns, who initially was not charged with any crime, was arraigned on charges of manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, and assault.

AceShowbiz - The driver of the car involved in the crash that cost actress Ruthie Ann Miles' young daughter her life has been indicted. The Tony Award-winning star, who is pregnant with her second child, was crossing a street in Brooklyn, New York with four-year-old girl Abigail in March when a driver allegedly ran through a red light, killing the child and a friend's one-year-old son.

The driver of the out-of-control car, Dorothy Bruns, reportedly told cops she was trying to avoid hitting a car and swerved out of the way. However, other reports have suggested she told investigators she suffered a seizure behind the wheel. She was unaware she had hit anyone when she woke up behind the wheel after crashing her vehicle into parked cars.

Bruns was not initially charged with any crime, but on Thursday, May 3 she was arraigned on charges of manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, and assault. It is unclear if she has entered a plea.

Meanwhile, Miles, whose unborn baby was unharmed, was reported as stable but in a critical condition in a nearby ICU following the accident, but her family later updated fans, revealing she was going to recover from the accident.

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