Driver charged with killing two children and unborn baby 'kills herself'

Driver charged with killing two children and unborn baby 'kills herself'

Driver charged with killing two children and unborn baby 'kills herself'

The seizure-prone Staten Island woman who had been charged with fatally mowing down two Park Slope kids in a crosswalk left behind a suicide note saying she couldn't "do this anymore", law enforcement sources told The Post Wednesday.

A driver who faced 15 years in jail for killing two young children and an unborn baby has taken her own life, police say.

Dorothy was found dead of a suicide on Tuesday (November 6) at her home in Staten Island, New York. Her auto drove forward, killing the 4-year-old daughter of Broadway actress Ruthie Ann Blumenstein and the 1-year-old son of another parent.

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The girl's mother is Tony Award-winning actress Ruthie Ann Miles.

Bruns suffered a seizure while stopped at a red light, promping her vehicle to lurch forward into the youngsters and pregnant mother.

Prosecutors said a doctor had told Bruns to not drive, and her driving record revealed several past violations, including speeding and running red lights.

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Horrifying video captured at the scene shows the white vehicle rolling into the crosswalk as the unsuspecting pedestrians are struck.

The crash prompted Mayor Bill de Blasio, a traffic safety advocate who lives in Park Slope, to propose changes to state laws that would extend and expand speed enforcement cameras around school zones, escalate fines for repeat offenders up to $350, and strip vehicle registration for risky drivers.

"The pain suffered by Ruthie and Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom", their lawyer Ben Rabinowitz told the New York Daily News at the time.

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