March 28, 2013 7:48 am

Sentence expected for Surrey man found guilty of killing senior in a crash

Gurjit Dhillon in court on March 27, 2013.

Gurjit Dhillon in court on March 27, 2013.

Global News

A sentence could be handed down today to a Surrey man who killed an elderly man when he crashed a sports car into a bus shelter.

28-year-old Gurjit Dhillon was driving his brother’s corvette when he swerved off the road and struck 83-year-old Pritam Benning.

Benning’s legs were virtually severed and he died of his injuries.

The crown wants at least two and a half years in prison and a 10-year driving ban.

The defence says Dhillon has no criminal record, and wants a suspended sentence and a driving ban.

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