Hong Kong police successfully disintegrated and your 3.0 truncated anti-paralysis Airport

 Hong Kong police successfully disintegrated and your 3.0 truncated anti-paralysis Airport

Recently, some netizens launched Yousai 3.0, calling on citizens to conduct airport traffic stress test on the 7th, in an attempt to block access to the airport roads again. Train services were suspended at the airport express exhibition hall, Kowloon Station and Tsing Yi Station on on the same day, and E-line buses were not allowed to enter the airport passenger transport building.

To ensure that passengers and air traffic are not disturbed, two water cannon trucks and two heavily armed armoured vehicles were mobilized to the airport police station early on the 7th morning. A large number of riot police were stationed inside and outside the airport, as well as several railway stations to guard. They boarded buses to the airport to check passengers at several bus stops on Tsing Yi and Lantau trunk lines. Identity cards and body searches for suspects.

Police also set up roadblocks on highways, intercepted 10 private cars and 3 passenger and freight cars on Qingyi Shipping Road, and found high-ball bats, masks and fresh-keeping paper on a passenger and freight car; and found canal water, masks and gloves on a private car. Two male drivers were arrested on suspicion of possessing tools for illegal purposes, and some admitted to being involved in blocking the airport. Some vehicles were found suspected of engine oil leakage, insufficient tread depth or had been modified, and were towed and detained by the police.

Airport security guards, assisted by riot police, inspected departing passengerstickets, and questioned airport pick-up personnel. Many people were arranged to board the airport shuttle bus to return to Tung Chung because they could not show or give out relevant information. However, about 50 people avoided the inspection. They gathered near the airport bus stop at noon on the 7th, and several deans and later. Arrival read out the prohibition order, pointing out that not to stay here to interfere with the operation of the airport, otherwise it would be illegal.

About 100 police officers and security guards arrived at the scene at 4.30 p.m. on the same day and successfully persuaded everyone to leave by car, but one refused to cooperate and the police arrested her on suspicion of criminal contempt.

Passengers arrived at the airport 14 hours ahead of schedule to avoid disaster

Recently, Hong Kong airport was blocked and paralyzed twice by mobs. Passengers were either blocked from flying or forced to walk to or leave the airport. It was terrible! On the 7th, a large number of passengers, fearing that the troublemakers would paralyze the airport again, had to leave early, and some even arrived at the airport 14 hours earlier!

Mr. Liang said that the airport was like Hong Kongs doorway, where foreign tourists enter and leave Hong Kong, blocking the airport would certainly damage Hong Kongs image.

German tourist Jens arrived in Hong Kong at noon on the 7th. He said that before going to Hong Kong, he had first learned about the current situation in Hong Kong. He believed that although the citizens had the right to demonstrate and assemble, he admitted that blocking the airport would definitely cause inconvenience to tourists.

Special arrangements were implemented for public transport at the airport on the 7th. Airport Express to the airport only stops at Hong Kong Station. Buses on route E do not enter the airport. Buses on route S on Tung Chung are suspended.

Mr. Huang wanted to take the Airport Express Line at Kowloon Station, but because of the closure of the station and the change to take the A-line bus, he was dissatisfied with the trouble-makers initiative to block the airport. He said frankly, Good luck, I would have taken three minutes in advance. If not, I would not be able to make a trip in every minute! (Note: Fortunately, I arrived more than three hours earlier than myself. If not, I would not be able to travel in minutes! )

Source: Qian Mingxiao_NBJ10675, Responsible Editor of CNN