Hong Kong Police storms First-aid station

Legislative Council member Dr Pierre CHAN said yesterday that he received a complaint from a medical staff member on the day of the large-scale demonstration on June 12, and there was a first-aid station (see photo) at the junction of the junction of Harcourt Road and Lok Lai Street in Admiralty. However, the police uses tear gas to disperse the demonstrators. As the First -aid station was used for rescuing victims and casualties, the medical staff felt sad and uncomfortable.

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The emergency station was affixed with a red cross sign and the First-aid helpers wore special clothing that for easily identifiable. The police should be able to distinguish between First-aid helpers and demonstrators.

Chan said he deeply regret the police’s disregard for the safety of medical staff and the injured, and asked the police to thoroughly investigate the attack.

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