A woman has admitted killing a pensioner by driving dangerously at a north-east holiday park.
Kylie Johnston pleaded guilty to causing the death of holiday-maker Andrew MacKay when she appeared at the High Court in Glasgow.
The 26-year-old, of Stonehaven, admitted she was controlling the steering wheel of the car from the passenger seat as it travelled through East Balthangie Caravan Park at Cuminestown.
The silver Daihatsu Terio went out of control, crossed a grassy area and went through a fence.
It then collided with Mr MacKay, of Renton, West Dunbartonshire, who was standing in front of a static caravan.
The 65-year-old was crushed between the car and the holiday home, and died of his injuries.
Johnston had also been accused of driving without a licence or insurance, but her pleas of not guilty were accepted by the Crown.
Nathaniel Cooper, the man accused of being in the driver’s seat of the car when the tragedy happened on July 21, 2013, also appeared in court yesterday and denied the charges against him.
The 30-year-old, of Inverbervie, is accused of controlling the accelerator, brake and clutch while Johnston operated the steering wheel.
Mr MacKay, 65, had travelled from his home in Dumbartonshire to visit Aberdeenshire with his wife.
It is understood he had been cooking his evening meal and had just stepped outside to cool down when he was hit by the 4×4.
Firefighters were called to the park to free Mr MacKay from underneath the static caravan using airbags, but he died at the scene.
Cooper will go on trial on April 7 at the High Court in Aberdeen.
Johnston will be sentenced at a later date.