A Saskatchewan man who was involved in a fatal collision more than two years ago has been found guilty of two counts of dangerous driving causing death.
A jury in Yorkton took just over five hours Thursday to reach the verdict in the case of Hunter Arnold, who will face a sentencing hearing on June 21.
Arnold, 21, was charged in the September 2016 deaths of Jordan Stoll and Tyler Dopka.
The Queen’s Bench trial heard that the accused was attempting to pass a semi-trailer truck when the two-car crash occurred on Highway 10, about four kilometres south of Yorkton.
Investigators believed visibility at the time was reduced to near zero by rain and water kicked up by the truck.
Arnold suffered serious injuries in the collision.
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