Central Alberta man found guilty in crash that killed 2 people, hurt 2 others

Ashleigh Smith, who was 16, and 18-year-old John Dolliver were killed and two other teens were injured

A young man who was behind the wheel in a central Alberta crash that killed two teens and injured two others has been found guilty of all charges.

Dylan Beauclair, who is 21, was convicted of two counts of dangerous driving causing death and two counts of dangerous driving causing bodily harm in Red Deer Court of Queen’s Bench.

Court heard there were five people in the car on July 1, 2016, as it sped down a road and blew threw a stop sign at a highway intersection on the way to a party.

The car crashed after it narrowly missed a head-on collision with another vehicle.

Ashleigh Smith, who was 16, and 18-year-old John Dolliver were killed and two other teens were injured.

Court heard that Beauclair was arguing with his girlfriend after her father had phoned her to tell her to come home. (RD News Now)

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