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Hong Kong Protesters Erect Makeshift Barricades on Major City Road

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Hong Kong Protesters Erect Makeshift Barricades on Major City Road

Hong Kong Protesters Erect Makeshift Barricades on Major City Road

Protesters erected barricades on Harcourt Road, a major thoroughfare in Admiralty, Hong Kong, to separate themselves from police on June 12, a day of demonstrations and clashes that saw authorities use batons, pepper spray and tear gas.

This footage shows protesters and the barricades, which were constructed from roadblocks, bamboo rods and other materials.

According to a report from South China Morning Post, as of 10 pm on Wednesday, 72 people aged 15 to 66 had been injured in violence resulting from the clashes.

Credit: SocREC via Storyful

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