Iryna Miller Fatal Hit-and-run Pedestrian Accident in Redondo Beach
UPDATED: REDONDO BEACH, Calif. (Sept. 4, 2018) – Two pedestrians were struck by a hit-and-run driver Tuesday morning in Redondo Beach, killing one of them identified as Iryna Miller and injuring the other, according to a report by the Redondo Beach Police Department.
The man, and the 36-year-old Redondo Beach woman who died, were crossing the westbound lanes about 2 a.m. this morning. They were crossing in the 1900 block of Artesia Boulevard when they were hit by the driver, police said.
Police say the woman died at the scene and the man was taken to a hospital in unknown condition. Meanwhile, the driver fled in a white pickup truck westbound on Artesia Boulevard.
UPDATE: Nathan Greenberg, 28, of Redondo Beach turned himself in to police on Wednesday. He is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 5.
Witnesses may contact the Redondo Beach police traffic investigators at (310) 379-2477, extension 2721.
Redondo Beach Accident Investigation
A full investigation is underway as police piece together evidence to find the suspect driver.
We extend our heartfelt prayers to the injured man and condolences to the woman’s family.
There are many steps that should be taken following a collision to ensure your legal rights are protected, but this can vary depending on the circumstances. If injuries are involved, it’s important to get medical help right away to document your injuries and ensure the best possible recovery. If someone has died, a wrongful death claim may be pursued by surviving family members.
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