From BBC news 1 August 2019:
At least 10 people were injured when fireworks were shot from a moving car into a crowd of pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong.
Video on social media showed people running for cover as fiery trails were shot towards them outside a police station in Tin Shui Wai district.
The activists had been supporting a small number of protesters who had been detained inside the station.
Tensions are high in Hong Kong after weeks of anti-government protests.
The incident early on Wednesday came as more than 40 activists appeared in court charged with rioting, after a protest on Sunday ended in violent clashes with police.
If convicted, they could face up to 10 years in prison.
Campaigner Jack Hazlewood posted videos of the attacks collated from the private messaging app Telegram and other online sources.
Footage from Tin Shui Wai showed the car from which the attack was launched speeding away. The attackers have not been identified.