The incident is thought to have occurred after the driver of the passenger train ignored at least one stop signal, Argentina’s Interior Ministry said. Credit: YouTube/Sebastian Farias
The video below is unbelievable, not just because it shows a train crashing into a bus, but because the bus driver actually tried to swerve around the draw gate meant to stop vehicles from crossing the tracks.
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Two former transport secretaries in Argentina received prison sentences on Tuesday for being responsible for a train crash in 2012 that killed 51 people, state news agency Telam reported. A federal court sentenced Juan Pablo Schiavi …
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) -- An Argentine court is charging two former government officials and the owners of a train company in connection with a crash that killed 51 people last year. The Buenos Aires federal court on Friday …
The incident is thought to have occurred after the driver of the passenger train ignored at least one stop signal, Argentina’s Interior Ministry said. Credit: YouTube/Sebastian Farias