The husband of a woman who died in an alleged hit-and-run accident has come face to face in court with his wife's alleged killer.
The shattered man watched the teenager face court on Melbourne this afternoon.
Caleb Anthony Jakobsson, 18, of Frankston North, faced dangerous driver causing death charges as James Lehane watched on silently.
It comes after an 18-year-old man was been charged with dangerous driving causing death after mother-of-two Andrea Lehane was allegedly knocked down by a mini-motorbike in a shopping centre car park in Melbourne.
Two teenage boys have also been charged with reckless conduct endangering life after the 34-year-old was hit on a pedestrian crossing as five youths rode about on "monkey bikes" at Carrum Downs on Wednesday.
Ms Lehane's family switched off her life support and donated her organs on Friday after she suffered "unsurvivable" brain damage.
First motorbike, pcitured left of screen, speeds past the woman as she begins to walk over the marked pedestrian crossing. Photo: CCTV
A second motorbike on the inside left speeds towards the woman before hitting her. Photo: CCTV
Police said early on Saturday that an 18-year-old man from Melbourne's southeast had been charged with dangerous driving causing death, culpable driving, failing to render assistance and other serious traffic offences.
He has been remanded in custody to appear at the Melbourne Magistrates Court today.
Another bike, pictured right of screen, avoided the woman on the ground and fled. Photo: CCTV
Andrea Lehane with her husband James Lehane. Source: Supplied
Sobering scene from the hit-and-run yesterday. Photo: 7News
A 17-year-old Seaford boy and a 16-year-old Carrum Downs boy have been charged with reckless conduct endangering life, unlicensed riding and having an unregistered vehicle.
They have been bailed to appear at the Children's Court at a later date.
Two other teens, aged 15 and 17, were released after questioning.
More than 700 people have said on Facebook they will attend a candlelight vigil in the shopping centre car park on Sunday night at 7pm.