Hong Kong Cross-Harbour Tunnel Toll Booths Burn During Evening of Constant Protests

Protesters set fire to toll booths of Hong Kong’s Cross-Harbour Tunnel on the evening of November 14 and early morning of November 15.

This footage shows flames blazing from booths on the Kowloon side of the tunnel, which links Hong Kong island with the Kowloon peninsula.

According to the South China Morning Post, multiple booths were set on fire at least four times over the course of the night.

Elsewhere in the city, students burned the Chinese flag outside of Hong Kong Polytechnic University, major streets closed, and police continued to use tear gas to disperse demonstrators. Credit: SocREC via Storyful