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BUENOS AIRES (AP) – Argentina's deadliest train accident in decades was foreseeable and preventable, the nation's auditor general complained Thursday, saying years of failed safety tests and other problems had given the government more than enough …
usatoday30.usatoday.com · ByBrent Jones · 2/23/2012
BUENOS AIRES: At least 40 people were hurt when a passenger train rammed a locomotive on a busy stretch of track on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentine officials said. Ambulance and fire crews raced to the crash site south of the capital and …
Times of India · 6/8/2015
At least three dead and more than 200 injured in crash involving two-level commuter train on outskirts of Buenos Aires. Argentina's train union has said that the crashed two-level train had just returned after being out of service [EPA] A commuter train ...
Al JAZEERA · 6/13/2013
There was a train crash in Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, on Saturday, when a train failed to brake properly at a stop. There were 99 people injured, many seriously. The accident took place at the same Buenos Aires station which saw a crash last year ...
The Inquisitr · 10/20/2013
(Newser) – A train full of people crashed into a station in Buenos Aires today, injuring at least 550 people and killing 48 adults and one child in Argentina's worst train accident since 1970. The train came into the station too fast and hit the shock ...
Newser · ByKevin Spak · 2/22/2012
Buenos Aires, Argentina: Argentina's deadliest train accident in decades was foreseeable and preventable, the nation's auditor general has said. Years of failed safety tests and other problems had given the government more than enough reason to cancel the ...
Gulf News · 2/24/2012
Buenos Aires, Argentina — An Argentine commuter train slammed into the end of the line Saturday morning at the same station in Buenos Aires where 52 people were killed in a similar crash last year. This time there was no immediate report of deaths, but ...
The Christian Science Monitor · 10/19/2013
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) -- Argentines desperately searched hospitals Thursday in hopes that loved ones survived a train crash that killed 50 people and sent hundreds to emergency rooms. A stunned government declared two days of mourning, with …
Yahoo Finance · 2/23/2012