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Journalists caught inside sydney army base after police say they’re not allowed inside

Journalists caught inside sydney army base after police say they’re not allowed inside

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An army reserve based on a busy residential street has been evacuated after protesters threw petrol bombs at soldiers’ unapronxiforms and smashed car windows inside its compound after they allegedly mistook officers for criminals.

The Sydney Morning Herald spoke to people living on the street, who described the scene.

One man who was on the street said some of the men were in their 20s and 30s and dressed all in black.

Another said the crowd appeared to be a mixture of immigrants and foreigners.

One person said the soldiers were holding signs saying they were “sorry we’re soldiers”.

“They kept shouting something that I couldn’t understand,” the witness said.

Another witness said the crowd appeared to have come from the foot of a busy street and he feared a car would come flying into the crowd.

“They’d been in it for hours before there was a big bang, and then the commotion and chaos,” he said.

At least two officers were injured during the riot.

Security더킹카지노 camera footage showed men in military garb throwing flares into the crowds, including smoke bombs.

Security police said there had been no incident in the barracks.

In a statement the Royal Australian and New Zealand Army (RANZA) said officers were called to report three people throwing bottles at a police van, smashing window and a power outlet during a routine traffic stop in Redlands on Monday.

Police and a riot suppression unit were deployed and within five minutes were within 30 metres of the vehicle before the men had been restrained, said Defence Ministry spokeswoman Brigde Colvin.

“Officers responded quickly with tear gas and water cannon,” Colvin said.

An emergency vehicle was parked next to the riot gear during the dispersal operation.

“We’ve got security at all points, so you should not see security everywhere,” Colvin said.

She said the Royal New Zealand Air Force and Australian Air Force were also on standby and were assisting police.

Security guards at the depot did not want to be named, but told the ABC it was unusual to see soldiers in a military uniform on a residential street.

A RANZA spokesman said: “On Monday morning (March 19), there were three incidents at the base — an individual threw an object at a police vehicle and he was restrained and arrested.

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