BANDUNG - West Java Supervisor Police Officer Inspector General Supratman said that a temporary analysis of Emen road in Ciater Subang, West Java required physical infrastructure engineering to avoid traffic accidents that often occur in the area. It was revealed Supratman, Sunday (11/2/2018), responding to the deadly accident tourist bus that killed 27 people.
"We have formed a special team of police and Dishubs together, the team will examine the causes of the accident, including researching the existing road conditions, but my initial concern may be that there should be a special pathway to anticipate the blong brakes," he said.
According to Supratman, the special line for the rescue line when there is a vehicle whose brake is blong can be directed to the special lane for the vehicle to stop.
"There's a cliff there, so maybe we cut that cliff to make a special line of car exhaust with blong brakes," he explained.
But Supratman also explained that the decision would have to wait for research from the joint team that is currently working.
"We are waiting for a joint team that is currently conducting research and investigation of the incident yesterday," he said.
Supratman also reminded the driver, crew, and bus owner to remain cautious and maintain care and check the vehicle's routine regularity, especially that often through the field or path prone as Emen climb. (Even)