The father of a young girl who died following a canoe accident has been banned from driving for six months after refusing to take a breath test.
Garry Mackay was also fined £600 at Inverness Sheriff Court.
Mackay was one of only two people who survived the accident in the Highlands, which also claimed the lives of three members of a second family.
The 37-year-old lorry driver, of 7 Fairways Avenue, Muir of Ord, previously admitted failing to provide a breath specimen at Inverness police station on April 18 last year.
The court heard earlier this month that police found Mackay sitting in his car, smelling of drink in Inverness on April 18 last year.
Mackay’s solicitor also said that his client had struggled to cope with the tragedy and was receiving counselling for depression.
A huge search operation was launched after the accident off Gairloch in August 2012.
Two adults and four children were thrown into the water when their boat capsized.
Mr Mackay swam to shore to raise the alarm, followed by his eight-year-old daughter, Callie.
Rescuers plucked five-year-old Grace Mackay out of the water, but she later died in hospital in Glasgow.
Ewen Beaton, five, and his two-year-old brother Jamie were also pulled from the water but also died. The body of their father, also Ewen, has never been found.