Tragic kayak man suffered neck injuries
An inquest has head that an Irish kayaker, whose body washed up on the Isla of Wight, had suffered neck and wrist injuries.
The discovery of Morgan Savage’s body prompted a month-long quest to identify him.
The inquest, which opened into his death, heard that the 40-year-old doctor had suffered injuries to his left wrist and fatally, to the right side of his neck, which may have been caused by a knife.
Mr Savage’s body was discovered strapped to a kayak which washed ashore at Yaverland Beach, near Sandown, England, on the 11th of September.
A police spokesperson said the death is still being treated as unexplained – however officers were still awaiting the results of further tests.