Obstructing patient with heart disease to receive first aid, first aider was beaten and pepper sprayed
During the clash at Mong Kok in the evening of the 2nd of September, a male police officer suppressed a 18 years old female heart disease patient on the ground, who was not wearing any equipment, including mask. Frontline first-aider nicknamed ‘Tall Girl’ confronted her with another first-aider and tried to protect and assist her, however the accompany was then attacked by the police with pepper spray while ‘Tall Girl’ approached the girl successfully. Under the situation of she revealed her identity and the girl was a patient of heart disease, the police still treated the girl and first-aiders inappropriately and violently. The first-aider was injured when he tried to protect the teenage girl and was treated by other first-aider. The injured first-aider experienced inexhaustible twitch, and his arm was swollen and suspected to be bone fracture.