Clash at Hungarian border leaves many stunned
The chaotic clashes at the Hungarian-Serbian border have eased but left people there stunned.
Several people fainted, including a woman holding a baby. Children and women cried while young men with scarves over their faces hurled stones as they charged toward Hungarian police through thick tear gas smoke. The police fired tear gas, pepper spray and water cannons at the crowd as some tried to push through a border post. Ambulances with sirens wailing came from Serbia to treat the injured. Serbian border policemen watched the clashes from a distance, some shaking their heads as tear gas canisters landed in their country. One called it an international incident that would have to be handled at a higher level.