Hungarian riot police fired tear gas today at refugees who broke through the new razor-wire fence at the border.
The morning was quiet at the Roszke/Horgos crossing, but the action began at around 3 p.m. local time, when the police presence was increased from normal patrols to include police cars speeding near the border crossing with a few ambulances in tow, according to an ABC News reporter at the scene.
The special TEK Hungarian paramilitary troops followed. The troops are outfitted with sidearms, helmets, face masks, all in black uniforms.
Once situated, the troops moved in formation towards the Serbian side of the border.
There are about 300 special Hungarian TEK paramilitary officials in the area near the Serbian border town of Horgos.
— euronews (@euronews) September 16, 2015