A North Yorkshire pilot who was held in a Central African Republic jail for months, wrongly accused of carrying out the massacre of 13 people, has been reunited with his family.
David Simpson, from Gillamoor, near Pickering, was jailed in March last year after coming across the massacre and reporting it to authorities there.
The 24 year old was working in the country as the manager of a Safari Park.
His release follows months of protracted negotiations involving Foreign Office officials and diplomats.
However he says the experience hasn't dampened his adventurous spirit and is already planning to return to the country.