A dustman repeatedly punched the driver of a bin lorry in the back as he careered into pedestrians in Glasgow City Centre last December and told him "you've started killing people Harry", an inquiry has heard.
Matthew Telford, who has worked as a waste collector for Glasgow City Council for 17 years, was in the backseat of the lorry when it crashed.
The 46-year-old, who was crying as he recalled the events, said he thought Harry Clarke was "having a laugh" when he slumped at his wheel.
ITV News Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward is in court listening to Mr Telford's harrowing account:
Mr Telford said "what are you doing Harry?" as the driver Harry Clarke slumped to the left #binlorry
He repeated that, and for a brief moment thought Harry Clarke was having a laugh. Then Harry slumped further - only held up by his seatbelt
Mr Telford remembers hitting the pavement and then the bin and he saw them hit 3 women. He said "you've started killing people Harry"
An inquiry into the Glasgow bin lorry crash closes as it hears that the driver will carry what happened 'for the rest of his days'.
The families of two of those killed in the Glasgow bin lorry crash had their victim impact statements read at the fatal accident inquiry.
Survivors said they suffered nightmares, anxiety and many could not even leave the house for months after the tragedy.