Univesity student Alex Chow fell from one floor onto another at a Tseung Kwan O car park during a police clearance of anti-government protesters in adjacent areas last year. Photo: Handout Univesity student Alex Chow fell from one floor onto another at a Tseung Kwan O car park during a police clearance of anti-government protesters in adjacent areas last year. Photo: Handout
Univesity student Alex Chow fell from one floor onto another at a Tseung Kwan O car park during a police clearance of anti-government protesters in adjacent areas last year. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong protests: police officer says he prioritised dispersing radicals over clearing roadblocks to secure timely treatment of the injured

  • Senior Inspector Wong Ka-lun tells court he felt his job was to disperse radicals first so paramedics could continue treating the injured person
  • ‘Had I failed to clear the danger first, the firefighters and paramedics could have been assaulted,’ he says

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Univesity student Alex Chow fell from one floor onto another at a Tseung Kwan O car park during a police clearance of anti-government protesters in adjacent areas last year. Photo: Handout Univesity student Alex Chow fell from one floor onto another at a Tseung Kwan O car park during a police clearance of anti-government protesters in adjacent areas last year. Photo: Handout
Univesity student Alex Chow fell from one floor onto another at a Tseung Kwan O car park during a police clearance of anti-government protesters in adjacent areas last year. Photo: Handout
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