Runway incursion at Hong Kong; A330 aborts takeoff as B747 crosses active runway

Hong Runway incursion incident at Hong Kong; A330 aborts takeoff when B747 crosses active runway Kong Airlines HX236, an Airbus A330-343, aborted the takeoff roll at Hong Kong-Chek Lap Kok International Airport in a runway incursion incident involving a Boeing 747. 

A Boeing 747-400F, registered OM-ACB and operated by Air Cargo Global as flight CCC831, landed on runway 07L at Chek Lap Kok Airport following a flight from Turkmenbashi. The aircraft taxied to the cargo apron on the south of the airfield. This necessitated crossing runway 07R, which was being used for departures. 
Flight HX236 was cleared for takeoff by the Tower controller and at 08:54, the aircraft began rolling for takeoff. At the same time, flight CCC831 crossed the active runway at taxiway J6, which is located 1700 m from the threshold of runway 07R. The aircraft had been instructed by the Ground Controller to taxi to their parking position C12 via taxiways K4 and L2. There was no explicit clearance to cross the runway. 
The flight crew of the Airbus A330 aborted their takeoff roll and left the runway via J6. The aircraft subsequently took off uneventfully. 

Weather about the time of the incident (08:54 LT / 00:55Z) 
>> VHHH 220100Z 09005KT 9999 FEW010 SCT028 27/25 Q1011 NOSIG 
VHHH 220030Z 06005KT 9999 -SHRA FEW005 SCT028 26/25 Q1011 TEMPO 4000 SHRA

Runway Incursion HK 2017-09-22

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