Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Saskatchewan Man Guilty of All Charges in 2016 Crash That Killed Three People

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Saskatchewan Man Guilty of All Charges in 2016 Crash That Killed Three People

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Man guilty in 2016 Saskatchewan crash that killed three

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SASKATOON - A jury has convicted a Saskatchewan man of all charges in a highway crash that killed his girlfriend and two sons.

Robert Major was found guilty of multiple counts of dangerous driving causing death, dangerous driving causing bodily harm, criminal negligence in the operation of a motor vehicle causing death and criminal negligence in the operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm.

Some people sobbed Thursday night when the verdict was delivered as Major sat calmly and silently in Saskatoon court.

During the trial court heard that Major and six passengers were in a pickup that T-boned a semi-trailer at an intersection on Highway 16 near Langham on Feb. 22, 2016.

Three of Major's passengers died including his 26-year-old girlfriend Kimberly Oliverio and two of his sons Brendan, four, and Theodore, nine. …

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