Victims who were injured and the father of a woman who was killed when a Colorado man drove his car along the crowded Venice boardwalk will receive a total of $14 million in legal settlements related to three separate lawsuits approved Tuesday by the Los Angeles City Council. Nathan Louis Campbell, who is serving a 42-years-to-life state prison term, was found guilty in June 2015 of second-degree murder for the Aug. 3, 2013, death of 32-year-old Alice Gruppioni, along with 17 counts of assault with a deadly weapon and 10 counts of leaving the scene of an accident. Valerio Gruppioni, father of 32-year-old Alice Gruppioni, who was killed while on her honeymoon, will receive $12 million. Joanna Botton, Nancy R. Martinez and Jose Enrique Gutierrez, who were all injured by Campbell, will receive a total of $2 million between the three. The lawsuits alleged that the city had failed to erect proper safety barriers between the street and the boardwalk, even though there had been past incidents of cars driving on the boardwalk, and a deadly incident nearby in 2003 in Santa Monica when a car struck and killed 10 people at a farmers market. 2017 Southern California Images in… Read full this story
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