Coverage of a fatal hit-and-run crash involving a crowd on the Venice Beach Boardwalk

Timeline: Venice Beach Boardwalk Tragedy

A continuously updated timeline of developments in the fatal hit-and-run crash involving a crowd on the Venice Beach boardwalk.

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    This timeline details notable events in a hit-and-run case in which a driver rammed his car into pedestrians on the Venice Beach boardwalk. One person was killed and 16 others were hurt. A man has been charged with murder.

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    Vigil Held for Victim of Venice Boardwalk Crash

    [LA] Vigil Held for Victim of Venice Boardwalk Crash
    Dozens came to Venice Beach Monday, to pay their respects to 32-year-old Alice Gruppioni who was hit by a car when a driver crashed into the Venice Boardwalk. People came to hold a moment of silence for Alice and the 16 others who were injured in the crash. Kate Larsen reports from Venice for the NBC4 News at 5 and 6 p.m. on August 5, 2013. (Published Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2013)

    Saturday, Aug. 3: A driver of a Dodge Avenger plowed into a crowd on the Venice Beach boardwalk about 6 p.m., killing one pedestrian and injuring 16 others, before driving away. Later that evening, a man surrendered to police. He was arrested and booked on suspicion of murder.

    Sunday, Aug. 4: The lone pedestrian killed in the hit-and-run crash was identified as Alice Gruppioni, 32, of Italy. She was on her honeymoon with her husband, who sustained minor injuries. The suspected driver was identified that day as 38-year-old Nathan Louis Campbell.

    Monday, Aug. 5: All 16 pedestrians who were struck by the car were released from the hospital. A vigil was held for Alice Gruppioni, the newlywed woman who was killed in the collision.

    Tuesday, Aug. 6: Nathan Louis Campbell made his first court appearance at the Los Angeles Airport Courthouse, pleading not guilty to murder, along with 16 counts of assault with a deadly weapon and 17 counts of hit-and-run. His bail was set at $1.48 million.

    Thursday, Aug. 8: It was confirmed that Nathan Louis Campbell failed a sobriety test the night he surrendered to police, just hours after the hit-and-run crash.

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