A train crash on the outskirts of Buenos Aires has claimed at least three lives and injured dozens of people.
Early reports say the crash happened near the Castelar stop when a passenger train rammed another train that was empty and stationary.
The crash happened on Thursday near the Castelar stop, about 30 kilometres west of the Argentine capital, when a passenger train rammed another train that was empty and stationary.
Rescue workers and volunteers were at the scene to help the wounded trapped by the collision, which television reports said happened at around 7.30am. Dozens of ambulances were also at the crash site.
The crash took place on the Sarmiento rail line, which links the western suburbs to downtown Buenos Aires.
It was on the same line that one of the worst rail accidents in Argentine history left 51 dead in February 2011.