ECO-warrior Swampy was among three activists to leave an HS2 protest site yesterday — but one remains underground.
Blue Sandford, 18 — the daughter of Scottish millionaire Roc Sandford — and an unnamed woman, 22, also left with Swampy, aka Dan Hooper, 48.
The trio were taken to hospital as a precaution before being arrested.
A network of tunnels was created in secret near London’s Euston station by HS2 Rebellion.
Fellow activists protesting against the high-speed rail link said the trio are “well” and in “high spirits”.
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Ms Sandford said: “I’m going to carry on protesting with everything I have.”
The Met said the three were arrested on suspicion of aggravated trespass.
Lecturer Larch Maxey, 48, has appeared in court while a 16-year-old boy who left last Wednesday was bailed.
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