Police in Tuen Mun on Monday. Photo: Edmond So

Tuen Mun residents still in the dark over ‘mystery smell’ which sparked protest and clashes with Hong Kong police

  • Some blame the police; others speculate that the stench came from an army firing range
  • Environment officials note that it coincided with high levels of pollution in the area
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Police in Tuen Mun on Monday. Photo: Edmond So
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Protesters and onlookers face off with police in Tuen Mun. Photo: Edmond So

Tear gas fired in Tuen Mun as Hong Kong protesters and police clash over earlier mysterious smell leading to accusations force was testing chemicals

  • Two people treated by ambulance staff after inhaling the unknown gas in the area, but the force has denied allegations it was testing chemicals
  • Gathering soon descends into chaos as mobs vandalise and set fire to shops
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Protesters and onlookers face off with police in Tuen Mun. Photo: Edmond So
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