Lakeshore father found guilty of dangerous driving causing death
Lakeshore father Andrew Williams has been found guilty of dangerous driving causing death and not guilty of criminal negligence related to a crash that killed two of his children.
Justice Kirk Monroe told the court his decision on Friday.
On June 10, 2012, the minivan driven by Williams was involved in a collision with a Canadian Pacific railway train on Strong Road in Lakeshore.
The crash killed 6-year-old Wynter and 3-year-old Brooklyn. Williams himself was hurt, along with his two other children.
A motion to stay the charges was dismissed.
Justice Kirk Munroe told the court Friday "this was much more than simple carelessness."
Justice Munroe added "the train was there to be seen if Mr. Williams had been looking."
Williams will remain free on bail pending his sentencing on March 22.
CTV's Stefanie Masotti has details from the courtroom: