4 cops, 2 gov't workers hurt in Isabela road crash | Inquirer News

4 cops, 2 gov’t workers hurt in Isabela road crash

Busted tire caused police car to collide with SUV - report
By: - Correspondent / @VillVisayaJrINQ
/ 11:39 AM January 26, 2017
SUDDEN UNINTENDED ACCELERATION / DECEMBER 5, 2015  A Mitsubishi Montero Sport ram at the concrete barrier of ongoing Skyway project along Araneta Avenue in Quezon City, December 5, 2015, allegedly due to sudden unintended acceleration (SUA). The lady driver was rushed to a nearby hospital.   INQUIRER PHOTO / NINO JESUS ORBETA


GAMU, Isabela — Four policemen and two government workers were hurt in a collision between a police car and a sports utility vehicle on Tuesday afternoon (Jan. 24) in Barangay (village) Guibang here.

The police vehicle’s tire blew up causing it to crash into the SUV carrying Manny Acierto, Isabela provincial health card program manager, and his driver, whose name was not released.


The accident injured the SUV passengers, as well as Chief Insp. Joel Bumanglag, Benito Soliven town police chief; SPO3 Ernesto Camacho, who drove the police car; PO3 Johnjohn Manan; and PO2 Mardy Domingo.  SFM/rga


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TAGS: Accident, accident injuries, collision, Ernesto Camacho, Isabela, Joel Bumanglag, Johnjohn Manan, Manny Acierto, Mardy Domingo, Police car, sport utility vehicle (SUV), vehicular accident
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