Uber driver convicted over Sydney passenger's death
Thomas, from Hertfordshire, had been getting out of the car when driver Nazrul Islam accelerated.
Islam, 32, pleaded not guilty to negligent driving causing death, but a magistrate ruled that he had not kept "a proper lookout" as Thomas exited.
"Islam did not exercise the reasonable care that a driver must exercise," Magistrate Mary Ryan told a Sydney court.
Islam will be sentenced in January 2019.
(With inputs from agencies.)
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