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Two cautioned after the death of taxi driver at Manchester Airport

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[T]wo men have been cautioned after the death of a man at Manchester Airport.

Shortly after 8.25am on Friday 6 April 2018, police were called to reports of an assault at a car park at Terminal 2 of Manchester Airport.

A taxi driver – who has been formally identified as 57-year-old William Brent Taylor – was taken to hospital where he sadly died.

A spokesman for GMP said: “A post mortem examination took place and concluded that there was no evidence of physical assault or injury that contributed to William’s death.

“Two men, aged 26 and 55, who were arrested in connection with the investigation have since received a caution for threatening behaviour under Section 4 of the Public Order Act.

“An inquest into William’s death will take place.”

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