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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 on Sunday, Argentine officials said. Ambulance and fire crews raced to the crash site south of the capital …
Zee News · 6/8/2015
BUENOS AIRES - At least three people died and 155 were injured on Thursday when a commuter train crashed on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, on the same line where a 2012 accident left 51 people dead. The crash happened on the Sarmiento line near …
interaksyon.com · 6/14/2013
It was Argentina's worst train accident in decades. Federal Police Commissioner Nestor Rodriguez says the dead include 48 adults and one child. At least 550 people were injured, and emergency workers were slowly extracting dozens of people who were …
CBC · 2/22/2012
A packed train has slammed into the end of the line in Buenos Aires' busy Once station, injuring hundreds of morning commuters. The commuter train apparently came in too fast and hit the barrier at the end of the platform, smashing the front of the engine ...
KKTV · 2/22/2012
PINAMAR, Argentina — A commuter ... stations ahead of Once Station. Trenes de Buenos Aires said in a statement that the reasons for the crash had not been determined, though the company acknowledged that the train “wasn’t able to stop.”
New York Times · 2/23/2012
Not since I found that a train crashed against the end-of-the-line ... Depending on how you want to look at it, Wednesday’s was either the second crash in five months or the seventh in 14 months in Argentina (fair to note is that some involved vehicles ...
Tree Hugger · 2/27/2012
Police and paramedics carry a wounded passenger to an ambulance after a commuter train slammed into the end of the line at a station in Buenos Aires. Photo: AP At least 99 people have been hurt, some seriously, in a train crash at the same Buenos …
Sydney Morning Herald · 10/20/2013
BUENOS AIRES, ArgentinaTrain passengers wait to be transported to a hospital after they were injured in a train crash in the outskirts of Buenos Aires yesterday. Three persons were killed and hundreds injured in the incident. (PHOTO:AP)
Jamaica Observer · 6/14/2013
Argentine Interior and Transportation Minister Florencio Randazzo said that the authorities must “determine whether the train crash was an accident or it was intentional,” and urged the media to provide the public with “objective information”.
MercoPress · 6/14/2013
The train crash at Once station in the heart of Buenos Aires, with forty-nine dead and more than six-hundred injured, is the worst in Argentina in more than forty years. But for many it was an accident waiting to happen. The opposition, rail users and the ...
Financial Times · 2/23/2012