Driver denies causing death of Mountbatten Way cyclist

David Irving Cyclist David Irving died at the scene of the crash in Mountbatten Way, Southampton

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A driver has denied causing the death of a cyclist in a crash in Southampton.

David Irving, 48, from Wimborne, Dorset, was cycling in Mountbatten Way when the collision happened on 17 December. He died at the scene.

Steven Petterson, 38, of Waterhouse Lane, Southampton, was driving a Ford Transit minibus which was involved in the crash.

He pleaded not guilty to causing death by driving without due care and attention at Southampton Crown Court.

Mr Petterson was released on bail to reappear at the court for a trial on 20 January.

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