09:27AM, Thursday 08 February 2018
A driver who caused the death of a woman on the M4 will be sentenced next month.
Ian Lloyd-Owen, of Bridle Road, Maidenhead, was found guilty by majority verdict at Reading Crown Court on Tuesday (February 6).
Following a six-day trial, the 61-year-old was convicted of causing death by careless driving.
According to police, Lloyd-Owen’s Jaguar XF hit the back of a Volkswagen Touran heading east on the M4 near Membury Services at about 8.45pm on July 3, 2016.
Gunatharshiga Koneswaran, 36, of Hounslow, London, a passenger in the VW, died at the scene.
Lloyd-Owen was voluntarily interviewed and charged on May 18.
He will be sentenced on Wednesday, March 7, at Reading Crown Court.
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