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Man charged over racecourse death
Simon Wootten
The father-of-two died after a blow to the neck at the racecourse
A man has been charged with manslaughter after the death of a man at Kempton Park racecourse in Surrey.

David Nobes, 30, of Feltham, west London, was due to appear before Woking magistrates on Saturday, police said.

Two men were arrested on Friday. A 37-year-old man from Stanwell, Surrey, has been bailed pending inquiries.

Simon Wootten, 34, of Feltham, a father-of-two, died after suffering a blow to the neck while queuing at a hot dog stand on 22 December.




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