A serious accident occurred at the MIRROR concert on January 28, and the investigation is still in progress.
It has been more than two weeks since the Kowloon West Regional Crime Squad launched its investigation, and the evidence collection in the Red Pavilion has come to an end. However, due to the large number of people involved in the accident, they are still interviewing relevant people to take statements.
Among them, at about 11 am today (15th), a female assistant of the dance director was picked up by a private car and arrived at the West Kowloon Regional Headquarters to assist in the investigation and take a statement.
It is reported that the police will continue to meet the remaining relevant persons this week, and will also meet with experts to further understand the cause of the accident.
On August 15, a female assistant of a dance director went to the West Kowloon Regional Headquarters to assist in the investigation.
(Photo by Cai Zhengbang)
▼On August 12, the police seized lifting and lifting devices, wire ropes and stage consoles▼
▼ On August 7, the police seized the screen involved and a suspected broken screw▼
▼ The live high-definition picture restores the MIRROR concert "Lost Ring"▼
▼ On the evening of July 28, the MIRROR concert giant screen fell down▼
MIRROR concert | Workers dismantled the stage and the West Kowloon Crime Squad returned to the Red Pavilion overnight to investigate MIRROR concert | Police dismantled the screen involved in the incident and took them away in batches to inspect the broken screws. MIRROR concert | Lu Tinghui arrived at the police station to assist in the investigation Producer Fran9 and a dancer recorded the MIRROR concert│The person in charge of the arts engineering and engineer assisted the police in investigating the MIRROR concert︱The police West Kowloon Crime Squad searched the red hall to take away the two steel cables of the accident screen MIRROR concert︱Hua Jie Zai Go to the West Kowloon Headquarters to record the news that the police will investigate the incident independently