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Paul Davidson death: Man cleared after zebra crossing row

Market Place, Chalfont St Peter Image copyright Google
Image caption An altercation took place at a zebra crossing in Market Place, Chalfont St Peter

A man accused of killing a man who died after an altercation at a zebra crossing has been cleared of murder.

Paul Davidson, 69, died in November 2015, three days after the alleged assault by car driver Odysseas Vafiadis in Market Place, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire.

Mr Vafiadis, 71, of Gerrards Cross, was also found not guilty of manslaughter at Reading Crown Court.

Mr Davidson's partner said she "lost [her] soul mate for no good reason".

Speaking after the verdict, Nicola Ferguson said Mr Davidson was a "kind, loving man with a positive outlook on life and a wonderful sense of humour".

"He exuded unconditional love, always being there for others and expecting nothing in return," she said.

Image copyright Thames Valley Police
Image caption Paul Davidson's partner said she had "lost [her] soul mate for no good reason"

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