The father of a student killed in a collision has spoken of his grief, after two men who had raced their cars at high speeds before the death were found guilty.
The BMW was driven by 36-year-old Farid Reza, and was carrying five children at the time of the collision.
Reza, of Surbiton Road, Kingston was on Thursday (January 26) convicted at the Old Bailey of causing death by dangerous driving and also causing serious injury by dangerous driving after a young boy inside the car suffered injuries.
Details of his sentence have yet to be announced.
The driver of the second car, 28-year-old William Spicer of Somervell in Harrow , was found not guilty of those two offences but was found guilty of careless driving.
He was given nine penalty points on his licence, a £1,000 fine and ordered to pay £500 in costs.
The court heard that both men had been racing their cars in excess of 60mph in a 30mph zone.
In an impact statement, Hina's father, Shamin Khan, said: "On the day Hina died, a part of me died with her. Her death has left a void in my life that can never be filled.
"Hina was my eldest child. I was in my mid-40s when Hina was born and I had waited so long to become a father so the day of her birth was the happiest day of my life.
"For every parent, their child is precious. In my case, Hina was my life.
"Hina was a delightful child who grew up to become a compassionate and selfless woman, always placing the wishes and needs of others before her own.
"She loved her family and her family loved her. She had so much to live for."
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