Protesters on the receiving end of tear gas on the junction of Harcourt Road and Gloucester Road during clashes on June 12 that left dozens injured, including one person who was refused treatment at a private hospital. Photo: Sam Tsang

Department of Health seeks clarification from Hong Kong Adventist Hospital over refusal to treat injured protester who was later arrested

  • Hospital admits turning away injured patient – who was later arrested at another facility
  • Protesters and rights group accuse the hospital of unethical behaviour
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Protesters on the receiving end of tear gas on the junction of Harcourt Road and Gloucester Road during clashes on June 12 that left dozens injured, including one person who was refused treatment at a private hospital. Photo: Sam Tsang
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