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Protestors blocked road and hurled petrol bombs in Mong Kok
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     At around 6pm today (February 29), protestors started to gather outside Mong Kok Police Station and occupy Nathan Road and Prince Edward Road West, paralysing traffic. Some protestors pointed laser beams and hurled petrol bombs at police officers. They also built barricades and set fire on roads, posing threat to public safety.

     Report room services of the Mong Kok Police Station have been suspended. Police warn the protestors not to obstruct the emergency vehicle access so as to avoid affecting the emergency services.

     Police appeal everyone at scene to leave immediately and not to charge Police cordon line. Members of the public are advised to avoid travelling to the area concerned.
Ends/Saturday, February 29, 2020
Issued at HKT 22:28
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