Written by: Hou Cailin, Huang Weilun, Wang Jieen, Zheng Jiaru, Liang Huanmin
2019-11-20 00:50Last updated: 2019-11-20 00:53
On Sunday (17th), the police started the Polytechnic University where the demonstrators were located. With the help of ambulancemen, secondary school principals and others, some people left the campus after registering their identity and others were arrested. A volunteer first-aid who stayed at PolyU met with reporters on Tuesday (19th), saying that considering the decreasing number of students in the school and the shortage of food and water, he decided to leave tonight. Until about 11:30 in the evening, the first-aid volunteers left the Polytechnic University, but they were required to receive a police search and to present their ID card and provide a home address.
When the first-aid first-aid volunteers left the police registration information, some people took the opportunity to escape but failed. The police uniformed 12 men and 3 women. There are also other medical care left on campus.
At 8 o'clock in the evening, a group of first-aid volunteers staying at PolyU announced their departure. Some representatives pointed out that about 50 first-aiders had left recently. Considering the decreasing number of students in the school and the shortage of food and water, many first-aiders decided to leave. The representative stated that they had fulfilled the duties of the first aid officer.
Must provide home address and search body
Until 11:25 pm, several first-aid volunteers left the Polytechnic University along the Science Museum Road. According to first-aider Andy, they were required to receive police identification in batches and were asked to show their ID cards and provide home addresses.
Someone in the school tried to escape from the breakout.
However, during the search, many people took the opportunity to escape and were eventually subdued by the police. Andy said that when accepting the body search, he noticed that about 20 people on the road behind him tried to break through from the Polytechnic University but failed. Then about 30 police officers were subdued. According to the on-site news, 12 men and 3 women were arrested.
Has issued a statement saying that there is not enough resources to deal with the injured
In this afternoon, the "Compulsory Rescuers who were trapped in the Polytechnic University" issued a statement saying that there are more than 20 volunteers in the fashion industry to carry out humanitarian relief work at PolyU. They ignore the legitimate rights and interests of Hong Kong people to the Government and the police. Express anger and disappointment.
The statement pointed out that they serve the public on the basis of humanitarianism and hope to provide appropriate treatment for the injured. However, the injured in the school have suffered serious injuries and they do not have sufficient resources to deal with them. The statement also stated that the government and the police threatened the first-aid volunteers, saying that they would be accused of "participating in riots" and trapping them in the Polytechnic University. They described the situation as serious and urged all parties to provide due diligence to reaffirm the voluntary medical work for humanitarian relief. It should not constitute a cause of accusation of rioting and arrest.
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