Man guilty of killing two in Cambridgeshire crash

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A man has been found guilty of causing the deaths by dangerous driving of two pedestrians in Cambridgeshire.

Bill Bishop, 19, of Station Road, Manea, was convicted at Peterborough Crown Court.

Pedestrians Dominic Iliffe, 24, of Chatteris, and James Kiely, 27, of Silvertown in east London, were hit by a van in Wimblington Road, March, on 11 December.

Bishop is due to be sentenced on 24 January.

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