A drink-driver has been jailed for four years for causing the death of another motorist in a crash.
James Moran, 60, was on his way home from a golf event in Manchester when his van collided with a car on the A876 Clackmannanshire Bridge approach road.
The driver of the car, 44-year-old Peter Harper from Sauchie, Clackmannanshire, was killed in the accident which happened at about 7.45am on August 5 last year.
Moran had admitted causing death by dangerous driving while under the influence of alcohol and, at the High Court in Edinburgh, he was imprisoned for four years and four months.
Inspector David McKenzie, head of Central Scotland Police's road policing unit, said: "Mr Moran took no consideration for the safety of other road users when he got behind the wheel of his car after having consumed alcohol the previous night and driving a long journey home.
"We have always warned of this deadly combination which has a devastating impact on families, and sadly a family have been left without a husband and father.
"This was a complex inquiry which required numerous witnesses to be traced and interviewed, including some in the Manchester area where Moran had been the previous day.
"I hope that this has brought to an end an extremely traumatic time for Mr Harper's family and friends. It must be some relief for them not to have to endure the distress of listening to the evidence during a trial and I hope that the sentence helps them to move on and live with the tragic consequences of Moran's actions."
Moran, from Clackmannanshire, was also banned from driving for 10 years and ordered to resit his driving test.