BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – State officials say the collision of two trains near an Argentine station has killed four people and injured about 70 others, 14 critically.
Buenos Aires state Gov. Daniel Scioli says worker are searching to make sure there are no more people trapped in the wreckage, located near the San Miguel station, 12 miles (20 kilometers) west of Argentina's capital.
Scioli says four passengers died in Wednesday's crash.
San Miguel's mayor, Joaquin de la Torre, said 70 people were injured and 14 of them are in serious condition.
The accident took place during afternoon rush hour when a train that had departed from Retiro station in the capital slammed into the back of another train. Authorities haven't determined the cause.