90 wounded in another crash in Buenos Aires


Top view of the site of Tuesday's crash.


Daniel Garcia

A bus, a cement truck and a light-rail train collided during rush hour in Buenos Aires today, two days after a crash killed 11 people.

90 people were in injured in the collision, which occurred around 9 a.m. in the Buenos Aires suburb of Flores, reports La Nacion.

Federal Police spokesman Fernando Sostre told Clarin that the traffic light was working at the time of the accident. He said it had not yet been determined whether there was negligence on the part of the driver.

Last year 440 people and 165 vehicles were hit by trains in the Buenos Aires metropolitan area causing a total of 269 deaths, the AP reports.

Police are investigating the causes of both accidents. Tuesday's collision between two trains and a bus injured more than 200. Cameras captured the crash from several angles.

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