BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- Argentina's deadliest train accident in decades was foreseeable and preventable ... "Those last 40 meters today remain a mystery," Schiavi said. The crash happened after Cordoba had traveled the …
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — A packed train slammed into the end of the line in Buenos Aires' busy Once station Wednesday, killing 49 people and injuring hundreds of morning commuters as passenger cars crumpled behind the …
Firemen rescue wounded passengers from a commuter train after a collision in Buenos Aires A packed train slammed into a barrier at a Buenos Aires station today, killing 49 people and injuring hundreds of morning commuters. Federal …
If the answer is yes, then there is not much that Latin America and the international community can do to stop a devastating train crash. If, on the contrary ... la …
Newly released security camera footage from Argentina shows a train flying through air after hitting a bus and smashing into another locomotive on the other side of the tracks. Cameras on the train platform in Buenos Aires captured the …
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina ... The crash happened after Cordoba had traveled the length of the Sarmiento line — 14 stations. Before him, another motorman had driven the same route 10 times, since 2:45 a.m. Wednesday morning. …
There was chaos and panic in Buenos Aires central Once station following Argentina’s worst rail crash in more than three decades. At least 49 people died and more than 600 hundred were injured when a packed commuter train with over …
THE engineer operating the Argentine train that crashed this week killing 51 passengers blamed the brakes for failing, after he repeatedly warned they were faulty, a judicial source said. The engineer, Marcos Cordoba, is being investigated by …
THE FUTURE PERFECT A prizewinner at last year’s Locarno Festival, Nele Wohlatz’s debut feature blends fiction and documentary as it follows a Chinese …
BUENOS AIRES – A packed commuter train ploughed into the buffers at a station in the city during yesterday’s morning rush hour, killing 49 and injuring more than 600 in Argentina’s worst rail collision in more than 30 years, officials said.