Killed was Alice Gruppioni, 32, from Bologna, Italy, who was on her honeymoon.
Both sides agreed to a stipulation Tuesday detailing the injuries that killed Gruppioni. The coroner’s report entered in evidence showed that she had blunt force trauma to the head and neck, and multiple skull fractures.
Sixteen others were injured.
Dube has said Campbell was “profoundly depressed” after the incident and he did not intentionally try to hit anybody. Dube has called it a horrible accident.
John Drolette of Fresno said he was in an upstairs motel room overlooking the boardwalk when he heard a car engine revving, then saw the driver crash into an automatic teller machine and knock over several vendors’ tents.
The motorist struck a woman and kept going with her on the car’s hood until she finally was flung off, Drolette said.
Mustafa Balci said he and his wife were inside their tent when the car plowed into both of them.
“I thought, ‘It’s going to stop.’ But it didn’t,” he said.
(AP Photo: The preliminary hearing for Nathan Campbell (shown), 38, is intended to give the judge enough testimony to decide whether there is enough evidence for Campbell to stand trial on charges of murder.)