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[11.19. PolyU] After the evacuation was announced, the first responder of the tear gas bomb was reappeared: the rescue was turned!

2019-11-20T00:01:56.673Z

On the evening of the 19th, there were still demonstrators staying behind. More than 20 first-aiders announced at 8 pm that the demonstrators and materials were getting fewer and fewer. They were completely responsible for the first-aid duties and would withdraw from PolyU as a volunteer first-aid. The right and its own security. However, at about 9 pm, when they were about to leave, the conflict broke out again. The police cast a new round of tear gas. The first-aider decided to help the injured first: "Save the burial first!" Until about 9:40 pm, the first-aid official was officially evacuated.



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Written by: Zhu Yashuang Kong Fanyu

2019-11-19 21:58

Last updated on: 2019-11-20 00:37

On the evening of the 19th, there were still demonstrators staying behind. More than 20 first-aiders announced at 8 pm that the demonstrators and materials were getting fewer and fewer. They were completely responsible for the first-aid duties and would withdraw from PolyU as a volunteer first-aid. The right and its own security. However, at about 9 pm, when they were about to leave, the conflict broke out again. The police cast a new round of tear gas. The first-aider decided to help the injured first: "Save the burial first!" Until about 9:40 pm, the first-aid official was officially evacuated.

(photo by Kong Fanyu)

At 8 o'clock in the evening, more than 20 first-aid first-aid volunteers met with reporters in the "Emergency Room" of PolyU. On behalf of GiGi, the number of demonstrators in PolyU was decreasing, materials were inaccessible, water and food were less and less, and they were volunteers. The non-demonstrator, who has completed the duties of the first aid officer, will leave the Polytechnic University and guarantee the rights and safety of being a first aid.

GiGi said that they only represent more than 20 volunteer first-aiders at PolyU, saying that there will be many casualties in the event of a conflict. Some of the first-aid first-rate officers will "get the front line position" and provide first-aid for the injured, which will effectively prevent the injury from worsening. It was able to heal quickly. "The real system can help the wounded." They entered PolyU on the basis of humanity and carried out voluntary first aid. The original total number was about 40 to 50. However, they have recently left and more than 20 first-aiders have decided to leave. She stressed that first-aiders help the injured to leave the dangerous environment and go to a safe place to be suitable for first aid. It is very important in the conflict, because the environment changes greatly, and if there is no first aid to help, the consequences are unimaginable.

(photo by Kong Fanyu)

(photo by Kong Fanyu)

Another first-aid volunteer said that the cases they handled were mainly bleeding, with more bleeding in the eyes and limbs, requiring longer treatment, a shortage of medical supplies, followed by fractures, requiring immediate treatment, and manpower on the way. The removal of the injured from dangerous places requires a lot of manpower and material resources, and the duties are arduous. "There is no commitment to the people of Hong Kong."

Chen Pei-ran, a member of the Legislative Council medical profession, said that he had worked as a first-aid dutyman on the street and frontline because many people were injured in the conflict area. The injured were delayed or unwilling to go to the ambulance and did not dare to go to the accident and emergency department. They were real cases, not every Individuals are treated at the right time, so the first-aid first-aid is very important. "A few minutes will save you from being rescued." First-aid staff, whether doctors, nurses or non-medical first-aiders, "I feel it all." Very useful, very admirable to the scene of the canal, because it really helps the public, but also to help reporters, foreigners, tourists," to deal with injuries, such as tears, sprains and so on.

Legislative Council Medical Council Member, Mr Chan Pei-ran (photo by Kwong Fan-kwai)

The number of demonstrations sent to the hospital today was 354, including 257 men and 97 women, 2 of whom were critical, 3 were serious, 103 were stable, 13 were unknown, and others were discharged. At 10 o'clock in the evening, a number of riot police officers in the Kwong Wah Hospital escorted several injured people. Two of them were head-wounded. In addition, many people were waiting in the hospital to stay at the PolyU's friends.

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Source: hk1

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