Demonstration intensified in Hong Kong’s crashed university student Fact Finding Request
The anger of Hong Kong citizens surrounding a university student who crashed near the protest scene is growing.
Hong Kong media, including the South China Morning Post (SCMP), said the night before a candlelight memorial event was held with thousands of citizens from at least seven cities in Hong Kong, including Central, Mongkok, Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay.
Attendees urged me to commemorate the dead second-year student of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, who was killed and to determine the cause of his death.
Chau was severely injured by falling from the third floor to the second floor of a parking lot near the protest site in Hong Kong’s Jeonggwan-o area at about 1 am on the 4th.
Chau suffered severe head injuries and cerebral hemorrhage, causing him to become unconscious. After two transfers, he died in the morning of the morning after worsening on the night of the night.
Demonstration Hong Kong media reported that police were firing tear gas near the site of the accident shortly after the accident, and that Mr. Cha was in an attempt to evade tear gas.
The clash was triggered by some protesters trying to disrupt police officers’ weddings at nearby hotels. It was not confirmed whether Mr. Chow participated in the protests.
In addition, the reason why Chau went to the accident site and the cause of the fall are still unclear.
According to police sources, Chau was seen entering the parking lot by 0:20 am on the 4th.
In the midst of the situation, Mr. Chow was seriously controversial, saying that the police had prevented the ambulance from entering the scene.
The police denied suspicions that field police officers did not recognize the accident until the emergency services were given by emergency personnel, impeding the rescue efforts.
It also claimed that tear gas was launched about 120 meters away from the scene.
Demonstration Hong Kong’s society was in shock because it was the first time in June that there has been an alleged death-related fatality that has been linked to protests, following a massive anti-government protest in Hong Kong.
Protesters who were furious with Chau’s death took over the roads in downtown Mongkok and attacked and destroyed commercial facilities such as Best Mart 360 and Maxim’s Cafe.
These commercial facilities are run by Chinese companies, or where protesters consider them “pro-China” companies.
As protesters and police collided in various places, police officers surrounded by many protesters also fired bullets to the sky in Yau Ma Tei.