Queensland truck driver Robert Crockford has been found guilty of dangerous driving that killed a young couple stopped at roadworks near Dubbo in January 2018.
Crockford, 52, was also found guilty of three counts of dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm and seven counts of wantonly causing bodily harm.
The jury delivered its verdicts in the NSW District Court at Dubbo on Monday after deliberating since Tuesday the previous week.
The accused stood quietly as the verdicts were read out in front of members of the families of victims Hannah Ferguson and Reagen Skinner.
More to come.