A screengrab of security footage shows paramedics escorting three of the injured out of Yau Ma Tei station. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong rail operator MTR Corp finally releases images of station clashes in yet another bid to end rumours that 3 protesters died in tussle with police

  • Officials also provide timeline of events from night of August 31 and morning of September 1
  • Authorities say counting error led to paramedic saying 10 people had been injured, rather than the seven reported later
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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A screengrab of security footage shows paramedics escorting three of the injured out of Yau Ma Tei station. Photo: Handout
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Members of the Special Tactical Squad enter a stationary train at Prince Edward station. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong protests: officials attempt for sixth time to debunk rumours of deaths during police operation in MTR station but ‘mourners’ remain unconvinced

  • Rumours claim three anti-government protesters were killed after officers charged onto a train with batons and pepper spray on August 31
  • Dozens of people again gather outside Prince Edward station to pay respect to those they believe were killed, with some burning paper offerings
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Members of the Special Tactical Squad enter a stationary train at Prince Edward station. Photo: Handout
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