Actress Ruthie Ann Miles returned to the stage Friday night, five months after a crash in Brooklyn killed her 4-year-old daughter and her unborn child a few months later.

Miles reprised her Tony Award-winning role as Lady Thiang in "The King and I" at London's Palladium Theater.

Miles was crossing the street in Park Slope in March when Dorothy Bruns of Staten Island, a driver with a history of seizures, rolled through a red light and accelerated, hitting multiple people.

Her daughter Abigail, and a child crossing the street with them, were killed.

Miles was severely injured because of the crash. Two months later, her unborn child died from injuries suffered because of the incident.

Officials said Bruns, who was taken into custody, had ignored repeated warnings from doctors not to drive.

Actress Kelli O'Hara called Miles, her "King and I" co-star, an inspiration:


Performances for "The King and I" in London run through Sept. 29.