A motorcyclist thrown from his bike after crashing with a car was run over by another vehicle as he lay on the road.
James Marlow, 33, from Edinburgh, suffered severe injuries and died after being hit twice by vehicles at the Ayton junction on the A1 in Berwickshire on November 16, 2010.
He fell off his bike after colliding with a Land Rover Freelander and was run over by another car.
On Wednesday, a jury at Jedburgh Sheriff Court watched a DVD of a police interview with Michael Giacopazzi, who was driving the Land Rover.
He told police he was on his way home from work at the Ship Hotel in Eyemouth at around 5pm in the dark.
The 48-year-old explained he saw the light of a motorbike coming towards him as he drove into the box junction to turn right across the carriageway. He said he stopped his car but when he could not see the light, he assumed the bike had turned off onto the slip-road.
When he turned into the road, the motorbike crashed into the side of the Land Rover.
Giacopazzi told police he stopped his car but could not stop another vehicle running over Mr Marlow as he lay on the road.
Other witnesses previously told the trial they saw Giacopazzi standing in the middle of the road trying to stop other cars.
Giacopazzi, from Eyemouth, denies causing the death of Mr Marlow by careless driving.
Mr Marlow passed his motorcycle test two months before the accident but had ridden a lot of off-road bikes and "was not a novice".
The trial before Sheriff Donald Corke continues.
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