As noted, a fire truck arrived at the scene to extinguish the fire.
A wall of fire - created by protesters - is blocking one of the entrances to Central MTR station https://t.co/QEr7wwI7Mm
Video: SCMP / Lea Li pic.twitter.com/dZFQLel7y3
Also, the demonstrators broke the glass at the station and began to dismantle the sidewalk in the Wanchai area, taking out paving stones, the newspaper writes.
Masked protesters are digging up bricks on Queensway near Admiralty MTR station https://t.co/QEr7wwI7Mm
Video: SCMP / Minnie Chan pic.twitter.com/PCSLGveOa0
Previously, anti-government protesters in Hong Kong gathered around the US Consulate General with American flags and called on United States President Donald Trump to “protect them.”
Anti-government protests continue in Hong Kong for the 14th consecutive week. Authorities have already announced their decision to withdraw the extradition bill, which led to unrest.
In late August, the PRC government strongly protested the White House and some US congressmen for supporting detainees in Hong Kong. The Chancellery of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China in Hong Kong also accused the US of “criminal activity” in the territory of the Chinese region.