TWO suspects are accused of trying to kill a woman by driving a car at her.

Alix McIntyre, 24, and William Carrick, 29, are charged with attacking Jacqueline Prentice in Pollok, Glasgow on November 26 2020.

The pair together face an allegation of driving a motor at Miss Prentice hitting her on the body.

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The attempted murder charge states the vehicle was then reversed before again hitting the woman causing her to be pinned against a wall.

Prosecutor allege this was to her severe injury, permanent impairment and disfigurement as well as to the danger of her life.

The charge also claims the pair did previously show ill will towards Miss Prentice.

McIntyre alone faces a separate accusation of driving that day and failing to stop after allegedly hitting another motor.

The pair were in the dock for a hearing at the High Court in Glasgow.

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McIntyre's lawyer Donna Armstrong said: "She pleads not guilty to the charges on the indictment."

Callum Hiller, defending Carrick, said he was also denying the accusation he faces.

Lady Stacey fixed a trial due to begin in March next year in Glasgow.

The case could last around four days.

McIntyre and Carrick, both of the same address in Barrhead, Renfrewshire, remain on bail meantime.