Driver charged in Brooklyn crash that killed 2 kids found dead in apparent suicide: Police

Dorothy Bruns was charged with manslaughter in the Park Slope crash.

The driver who was charged in a fatal crash in Brooklyn last March has been found dead from an apparent suicide, according to police.

On the afternoon of March 5, Bruns allegedly crashed her car into pedestrians in a crosswalk, killing 4-year-old Abigail Blumenstein and 1-year-old Joshua Lew and injuring three others.

Abigail Blumenstein was the daughter of Tony Award-winning Broadway actress Ruthie Ann Miles. Miles was also injured in the crash and lost her unborn child.

Bruns suffered a seizure at the time of the collision, said Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez. Bruns had been "instructed not to drive after being hospitalized less than two months earlier after crashing her car into a parked vehicle," prosecutors claimed.

Bruns was charged with manslaughter in the children’s deaths and was out on bail, police said.

At her last court appearance on Oct. 3, Bruns turned down an offer of five to 15 years in jail on the manslaughter charges.

Bruns was due back in court on Nov. 20.