Two men have been fined over a lorry crash that left a visually impaired woman from Cornwall with life changing injuries.
Kay Kitto was "catastrophically crushed" as she was loading her car outside her home in Falmouth in 2016, Truro Crown Court heard.
Gavin Bentley from Midland Poling Services in Staffordshire and its maintenance manager Paul O'Toole, who pleaded guilty to aiding or abetting dangerous driving at an earlier hearing, were fined £9,000 and £2,000 respectively.
The lorry driver, Paul Ince, has admitted causing serious injury by dangerous driving and will be sentenced on Tuesday.
Kay’s guide dog Jackie was thrown out of the car during the crash but was uninjured.