A CASUALTY consultant yesterday told a murder trial that an Indian naval officer’s neck injury was one of the worst he had ever seen.
Ian Anderson said that the gaping 18-centimetre wound inflicted on 30-year-old Kunal Mohanty was rarely seen in civilian casualties. Mr Anderson, who has worked at Glasgow’s Victoria Infirmary for 29 years, treated Kunal after he was slashed in March. He told prosecutor Dorothy Bain QC: “Glasgow is a formidable city for injuries but I have rarely seen such an extensive wound. “It is one of the worst injuries I have seen. Blood was flowing from a massive wound. It was uncontrollable.