A driver has been jailed for 12 years after ramming his car into a woman and pinned her against the wall after an argument in the street.
Kirk Starzyk deliberately drove his car at Deborah Nicholson after an argument in the street.
The 55 year old mounted the pavement and rammed her into a wall, leaving her needing skin grafts and in constant pain.
Starzyk, 55, denied wounding Miss Nicholson with intent to cause grievous bodily harm on September 1 but was convicted by a jury at Grimsby Crown Court.
He later admitted causing serious injury by dangerous driving and was jailed for 12-years.
CCTV video, shows he drove straight at her, pinning her against a wall and injuring her, before driving off.
She was taken to Scunthorpe General Hospital and later needed operations and skin grafts for severe leg injuries.
The car was later found parked in area and its number plates ripped off.
He later claimed that Miss Nicholson slapped and pushed him, knocked his glasses off, pulled his coat over his head and stole something from him. He claimed that he wanted to get it back.
Starzy later claimed he only wanted to scare her and admitted driving into the pavement but claimed he did not hear her scream and that he did not feel there was any contact between her and the car.