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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, cited by AFP. Ambulance and fire crews raced to the crash site south of ...
Focus Information Agency · 7/16/2015
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
Months earlier, four people died during another rail crash. The worst train accidents in Argentine history include a 1970 crash that killed more than 230 people and another in 1978, in which about 55 died, local media said.
Reuters · ByHilary Burke · 2/22/2012
Three dead and more than 300 injured as Buenos Aires commuter train slams into ... to handle the matter. Argentina's independent auditor general, Leandro Despouy, who delivered a blistering report on the causes of the 2012 crash, suggested there were ...
theguardian.com · 6/14/2013
Buenos Aires (AFP) - Argentina's government alleged Monday that a train accident that injured 40 people was an act of political sabotage targeting the transport minister, a candidate in upcoming presidential primaries. The accident happened Sunday night ...
7 News Yahoo · 6/9/2015
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - 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 flags …
Los Angeles Daily News · 2/23/2012
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina-- A train slammed into ... The front of the train then slammed into another train that was preparing to leave in the opposite direction. Video of the crash shows the bus driving around a partially lowered barrier despite flashing ...
FOX News · 9/13/2011
Rescuers work at the scene of a commuter train crash in Castelar, some 30 kms west of Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, on June 13, 2013. At least three people died and 135 others injured, including five in critical conditions, on Thursday in a train ...
The Global Times · 6/14/2013
Argentina's government alleged Monday that a train accident that injured 40 people was an act of political sabotage targeting the transport minister, a candidate in upcoming presidential primaries. The accident happened Sunday night when a passenger train ...
Global Post · 6/8/2015
Three people have been killed and around 100 wounded in a train crash near Buenos Aries. A passenger train hit an empty, stationary train near Castelar station, about 30km from the Argentine capital. In February last year an accident on the same …
Euronews · 6/13/2013