A woman who thought she'd struck a trolley has been found guilty of causing death by careless driving after a two-year-old girl died in a collision in a Wembley supermarket.
Hoden Aden will face sentencing for the death of Fahima Hassan, of Kingsbury, who was hit by a car on September 11, 2014, in the car park at Asda in Forty Lane.
The court heard how the two-year-old was in the car park with her mother at around 8.20pm.
Fahima and her mother had just left the store and were in the road near a zebra crossing point.
Driving a Volkswagen Tiguan, Aden was then in collision with the child with her car and later told police she thought she had struck a trolley.
But despite efforts to save her, Fahima died in hospital later that day.
Aden, of MacArthur Close, Wembley, was found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving on Friday (August 26) at Harrow Crown Court following a four-day trial.
The 44-year-old was bailed to appear at the same court for sentencing on September 12.
Detective sergeant Stephen Pidgeon of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit in Alperton, said: "Hoden Aden has had to face up to the fact that her careless driving resulted in the avoidable death of a two-year-old child.
"She will be sentenced in due course but of course nothing she faces can be comparable to the unimaginable loss suffered by Fahima's family and especially her mother who had to relive the collision by giving evidence in court."