A pensioner was crushed to death when his Land Rover was driven over him, a murder trial has heard.
James Simpson died outside his home in South Lanarkshire after the 4x4 was driven over him.
On Thursday, a pathologist told the trial of Christopher Grenfell that 76-year-old Mr Simpson suffered "unsurvivable crushing injuries" in the incident.
Dr Julia Bell gave evidence at the High Court in Glasgow on Thursday after she carried out the post-mortem examination on Mr Simpson, who died in the village of Ashgill, near Larkhall, last November.
She said the chest injuries Mr Simpson sustained in the incident were at the "severe end of the spectrum".
Mr Simpson sustained multiple rib fractures, collapsed lungs and had his spine being broken in two places when the Land Rover Discovery was driven over him.
Grenfell, 25, is accused of murdering the pensioner by taking his car and driving over him. He is joined in the dock by 24-year-old co-accused William MacVicar.
MacVicar, who does not face the murder allegation, is accused of acting with Grenfell and others to conspire to carry out car thefts.
They are charged with breaking into Mr Simpson's home and stealing a set of keys before taking the Land Rover. Grenfell and MacVicar are also charged with attempting to defeat the ends of justice. They deny all the charges.
The trial, before Judge Lord Burns, continues.