Driver Accused of Deadly Redondo Beach Hit-and-Run Turns Self in

A 28-year-old driver suspected of leaving the scene after striking two pedestrians in Redondo Beach, killing a 36-year-old woman, has turned himself in, police said Friday.

Nathan Greenberg turned himself in Wednesday, according to the Redondo Beach Police Department.

The Redondo Beach resident was allegedly at the wheel of a white pick-up truck that struck the pedestrians about 2 a.m. Monday in the 1900 block of Artesia Boulevard, near the intersection of Green Avenue, police said.

The victims were crossing from the north sidewalk into the westbound lanes of Artesia Boulevard when they were struck by the pick-up truck, which didn't stop and left the scene headed west, police said.

Iryna Miller, 36, of Fullerton was killed and the other pedestrian, a man whose name was not released, was taken to a hospital, where he remains in stable condition in an intensive-care unit, police said.

Greenberg was released from custody on Wednesday after posting $50,000 bail, according to sheriff's inmate records.

Redondo Beach police urged anyone who saw the crash to contact Traffic Investigator Clint Daniel (310) 379-2477, ext. 2721 or via email at

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