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Redondo Beach woman, 89, killed crossing street

Red An 89-year-old woman crossing a Redondo Beach street on Monday was struck and killed by a vehicle, police said.

Melania Nuhbegovic of Redondo Beach was walking near Avenue C at the Esplanade at about 3 p.m. when she was hit.

She was taken to Harbor-UCLA medical center, where she died of her injuries, police said.

The collision was under investigation by the Redondo Beach Police Department. It was unclear if anyone had been arrested.

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-- Paloma Esquivel

Image: Map shows location where a woman was killed crossing the street in Redondo Beach. Source: Google Maps

 
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