Written by: Ling Yide
2019-11-19 08:11Last updated: 2019-11-19 23:34
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University continued the conflict in the past few days. At 5:41 am today (18th), the firefighting report reported that someone had lost contact in the PolyU Canal and finally confirmed that it was a bona fide.
The Polytechnic University was recently blocked by police officers to become a "surrounded city". The police called on the school to leave the Y seat the night before. Only journalists and suspected first aid leavers were searched and arrested. The demonstrators tried to break through the defense line several times yesterday morning, but they were forced to return to the campus by tear gas and water guns. In the morning and in the morning, the demonstrators once wanted to leave through the underground channel and eventually failed. At the night of last night, some demonstrators walked down the footbridge and walked on the motorcycle to escape. Later, the police learned about the incident and then put a tear gas to stop it.
Demonstrators want to leave the school at night through the underground canal
Many of the universities were surrounded by police officers, and the demonstrators on campus could not leave. Yesterday morning (18th), a canopy was removed from the campus. There were water horses and signboards around it. The notice board was written with the word "be careful". Some demonstrators left to discuss the passage and finally gave up. The demonstrators said Earlier, there were another group of people who wanted to leave through the channel. Although the unknown channel leads to it, there is no other way to go, so I hope to escape here, but it is not known whether the demonstrators will implement it. In the early hours of the morning, demonstrators tried to leave the sewers, but they were not successful.
At night last night, some demonstrators walked down the footbridge and took the motorcycle to escape. Some of them lost their hands and fled, but the police later learned the incident and then put tear gas to stop. Several people were arrested. . Up to today (19th), about 100 students were accompanied by a number of political, academic and secondary school principals. Some of them were arrested and some were recorded with low information. They were released after being searched. At present, only a small number of demonstrators refuse to leave the PolyU campus.
At 5:41 in the morning (19th), the firefighting report said that the suspect had lost contact in the Li Da Canal and finally confirmed that it was a bona fide.
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The police called for the departure last night and said that the school leaver was arrested.
The police announced at 9:30 pm the night before (17th) that they would make further action at the Polytechnic University, calling on the demonstrators to leave by Y CORE (North Lee Tak Kee Building) and obeying the police instructions. Only a large number of suspected first aid officers were arrested when they left. The "Hong Kong Independent Media Network" reporter tried to leave by Block Y last night, and was later asked by police officers to search and close the live broadcast. At 11 o'clock last night, the Association also issued an urgent appeal. After contacting the PPRB, it was informed that "all those who leave the PolyU will be arrested", reminding reporters that they must bring a press card.
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The conflict in PolyU was delayed from last night to the early morning, when the police once dispatched a water gun to disperse. (Photo by Yu Ruijing)
The police applied tear gas to the school. (Photo by Cai Zhengbang)
Demonstrators tried several times to break through and return to school
At 8:30 am yesterday (18th), demonstrators left the Chatham Road South and Science Museum Road respectively. The police then applied a number of tear gas bombs from various parties. Most of the demonstrators and returned to the campus. At about 12 o'clock, the police appealed to the social media to leave, all of them left the road bridge on the South Bridge of Cheongwon Road, and more than a hundred demonstrators went out through the gates of Changyun Road. The people on the bridge were throwing debris. However, even with the use of water guns and tear gas, the demonstrators left the direction of Chatham Road South and returned to the Polytechnic University via wire mesh. In addition, two more people were transferred from the University of Science and Technology to Kangda Trail and were arrested outside the Tsim Sha Tsui Ambulance Station.
At 1:30 pm, more than one hundred black men rushed out of the PolyU position, and the police immediately applied tear gas to the scene. The demonstrators were returned to the campus. Although some people successfully escaped from the roadblocks, only the police officers pointed their guns at the demonstrators and eventually subdued many people.
After the night, some demonstrators attempted to take a rope to the carriageway of Chatham Road South Flyover on the footbridge connecting the main campus and Block Z. There were two or three ropes at the same time. The ropes were hoisted to the road of the Chatham Road North Flyover Road, which was 6 to 8 meters high. About 10 motorcycles were connected. Some people fled by motorcycle, but some people were suspicious. Lost his hand and lost his run. After 1 minute, the riot police rushed to the scene to stop the tear gas, and some police officers intercepted many people on the nearby hillside.
Someone escaped by rope. (photo by Li Zezhen)
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