Over the next four years, she was repeatedly admitted to hospitals and underwent therapy.After Schreiber's father threatened to admit her to a mental institution, she left with her son.According to the Hartford Courant, the home is set far back from Route 44 and not visible from the street.It is the only house in the area and there are no streetlights where the accident occurred, the newspaper reported According to the Courant, the home is set far back from Route 44 and not visible from the street.Police say 35-year-old Mildred Garcia had gone to look for the dog after it bolted from the family's home. Moments later, Garcia was hit and fatally injured by another car.Her son, 16-year-old Xavier Cubi, suffered serious injuries. Cubi was rushed to Day Kimball Healthcare in Putnam with life-threatening head injuries, but he was discharged on Wednesday afternoon.
The woman was killed and her son was seriously injured in the tragic accident in Connecticut. It happened Tuesday night on Route 44 in the town of Pomfret.
Milgram, who was the most significant male in Schreiber's youth, played the cello and owned Renoir etchings, and made his living by delivering meat to restaurants.
The critic John Lahr wrote in a 1999 New Yorker profile that, "To a large extent, Schreiber's professional shape-shifting and his uncanny instinct for isolating the frightened, frail, goofy parts of his characters are a result of being forced to adapt to his mother's eccentricities.
It is the only house in the area and there are no streetlights where the accident occurred, the newspaper reported.
Jennifer Flanagan of Pomfret Center created a Go Fund Me page to help raise money for Garcia's funeral and burial.'There will be a long road of heartbreak and healing ahead for this family, especially the five children Mildred leaves behind,' Flanagan writes.