A MAN told a court how he saw his brother stabbed to death and an uncle badly wounded.
Haulier Craig Burrows told Leeds Crown Court how he watched as mechanic Gavin Hogg carried out the attack at a Ravensthorpe transport firm.
And Mr Burrows told how he fled for his life pursued by Hogg as the victims lay badly injured.
Hogg, 34, of Wellhouse Lane, Mirfield, has denied murdering Mr David Burrows and attempting to murder Mr Darrell Burrows and Mr Clive Hoyland at M & B Haulage in Low Fold Mills, Ravensthorpe.
The court had earlier been told of a long-running feud over land between Hogg and the Burrows family.
Craig Burrows said he saw Hogg with a 10-inch knife run towards his father.
"He grabbed my father's left shoulder and then as he raised the knife my father started to fall towards the floor.
"Hogg plunged the knife in his left side.
"He then turned towards Mr Hoyland and plunged the knife in his side.
"He then looked towards me and came running towards me and at that point I thought `I need to get out of here'.
"I turned and ran as fast as I could."
The incident happened on September 14 last year, just a day after Hogg had appeared in court to be convicted of an assault on Mr Darrell Burrows.
The trial continues.