Whilehe assured financial assistance to the injured policemen and to the families ofthe four who died, Pamuspusan said an investigation was needed to avert similaraccidents in the future. ILOILOCity – Was the vehicular accident in Barangay Ginomoy, Alimodian, Iloiloon Saturday afternoon that resulted in the death of four policemen and thewounding of 31 others due to lapses inpolice operation? TheRMFB is spearheaded by Police Captain Bonifacio Alabe Jr./PN Theoperational audit should result to “kungano pa ang dapat i-improve, ano paang dapat gawin para hindi na maulit ang ganitong pangyayari,” Pamuspusanstressed. Theydied of severe body and head injuries while the 31 others were confined in somehospitals in Iloilo City. Thepolicemen were on their way back to the town proper of Alimodian from a combatoperation when their truck fell into a deep ravine. Pamuspusanwondered why the policemen did not use a police truck. Four policeofficers died and 31 others were injured after the truck they were running plummetedinto a 100-meter deep ravine in Barangay Ginomoy, Alimodian on Saturday at1 p.m. Thetruck they used was owned by the local government unit of Alimodian. ThePolice Regional Office 6 (PRO-6) wanted to know. “Marami naman tayong trucks dito. We will review system sapag-withdraw ng personnel afterthe operation,” he said, “at makita natinkung ano ang pananagutan ng mga commanders nila.” Allpolice officers were members of the Regional Mobile Force Battalion(RMFB). On their way back to their camp, the truck’s brake malfunctioned,causing it to veer off the highway and plunged deep down into a ravine. PHOTO BY IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN Thecasualties were Police Corporal Emerson Peñarubia, Police Patrolmen PrinceAngelo Supiter, Rex Agupitan and Antonio Tumanday Jr. Therewould be an operational audit, said Police Brigadier General Rene Pamuspusan,regional police director.