The father of a teenage boy who was shot dead has convinced Google to remove an image of his son's corpse from its popular map application.
Kevin Berrera, 14, was murdered in 2009 and his body found abandoned next to some railway tracks in Richmond, California. Police have not found his killer.
Six years on, his father Jose noticed that his son's corpse could be seen in the exact spot where it was found on Google Maps.
He has now succeeded in persuading the internet giant to remove the image to save him and the family further pain.
Jose Berrera told local TV station KTVU-TV that discovering the image has been "really painful to the whole family".
Google Maps use a mixture of satellite images from several years ago, and street-level images captured by cameras mounted on specially-designed cars.
The company automatically blurs faces and number plates in its street-level images, and users can request further blurring or removal by following a few simple steps.
But the process to remove satellite imagery is more lengthy due to of the volume of requests Google receives.
Google Maps vice-president Brian McClendon said he had taken the unusual step of accelerating Mr Berrera's case given its serious nature:
He said it was likely to take eight days until the image was removed.