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sábado, 28 de abril de 2012

Javier Miglino en CCTV CHINA CENTRAL TELEVISION.

Story:Argentina-Bus Train Crash
File ID:116908
Dateline:Sept 14, 2011
Duration:2'06
Locations:Buenos Aires, Argentina
Type:Portuguese/Nats
Source:China Central Television (CCTV)
Restrictions:Not access Chinese mainland
Pageview:277
Summary:Responsibility of bus-train crash still hangs in balance in Argentina
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Buenos Aires, Argentina - Sept 14, 2011
1. Mid of passengers passing level-crossing after balustrade opening
2. Mid of traffic light
3. Mid of balustrade laying down
4. Various of train passing with traffic wardens aside coordinating
5. Mid of passengers passing level-crossing
6. Mid of staff working on debris
7. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Javier Miglino, attorney appointed by one family (partially overlaid by shot 8):
"Every victim in the accident will receive a payment worth of one million US dollars according to law. The amount may vary based on different ages. The severely injured, for example bone-fractured or paralyzed, will receive 250,000 US dollars at least for the compensation.
It’s really disappointing that, it’s a long-term process. It will take at least 10 years to get the final conclusion.
TBA (the railway company) refused to provide details on the accident and the government didn’t offer any convenience for us to dip into the causes."
++SHOTS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
8. Mid of alarm along railway
++SHOTS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
9. Mid of trains passing by
10. Various of residents passing level-crossing
11. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) local resident:
"They should build the railways underground, that’s a once-for-all solution. But I don’t think there will be any changes, accident will happen again."
12. Mid of passengers waiting at level-crossing when train passing
13. Various of road signs
Storyline
The major responsibilities of the shocking bus-train crash accident happened on Tuesday in Buenos Aires still hangs in the balance, adding difficulty to the compensation. However, the most urgent task ahead Buenos Aires is to rehabilitate the railway safety, prohibiting similar catastrophes, experts said.

Although Railway Line 14 -Sarmiento has been in operation already, Flores Station where the accident happened is still under close control, buses can’t get through. The balustrade has been reinstalled, alarming signal and traffic wardens in place coordinate passengers to pass the level-crossing in order. Some workers were cleaning the debris of the accident, which killed 11, injured another 228, including 20 heavily wounded. This was the severest accident in the last 49 years in Buenos Aires.

However, the determination of legal responsibilities and the compensation has been progressed with immense difficulty. When the accident occurred, the balustrade at the crossroad was not completely laid down with 45 degree in the air. 20 minutes before the accident, the warden disappeared, yet to be found up to now. The bus tried to pass the balustrade at full speed without realizing the coming train from right side. As for the dispute whether the bus driver, knowing the balustrade was closed, forced through it or the warden at the crossing mal-operated, no conclusion has been reached, causing great trouble to the identification of liabilities.

Despite all the difficulties, the compensation for the victims’ relatives has already been in legal procedure. Javier Miglino, the professional lawyer specializing in traffic accidents, is in charge of one family’s claim lawsuits.

"Every victim in the accident will receive a payment worth of one million US dollars according to law. The amount may vary based on different ages. The severely injured, for example bone-fractured or paralyzed, will receive 250,000 US dollars at least for the compensation," said Javier Miglino.

On the other hand, Javier Miglino admitted it would take an extremely long period and lots of efforts for the relatives and injured to get the compensation despite the legal basis.

"It’s really disappointing that, it’s a long-term process. It will take at least 10 years to get the final conclusion."
"TBA (the railway company) refused to provide details on the accident and the government didn’t offer any convenience for us to dip into the causes," said Javier Miglino.

As the major company responsible for the crash is not decided, the direct "culprit" died, TBA and the bus company are both shirking the major responsibility. The inactivity of the government also adds difficulties to compensation.

The railway system in Buenos Aires, with more than 600 kilometers, shoulders the major transportation between rural and urban areas. However, accidents happen quite often at the level-crossings due to lack of management and maintenance. Around 300 people die in similar accidents at the level-crossings each year.

"They should build the railways underground, that’s a once-for-all solution. But I don’t think there will be any changes, accident will happen again," said a local resident.

The lawyer’s association in which Javier Miglino belongs to has advised measures to the government many times, such as paying attention to railway safety and emphasizing surveillance of the level-crossing and popularizing subway and overpass at the crosses. However, the suggestion has been seldom adopted by the government. In Javier Miglino’s view, there is a long way to remold the railway system and upgrade its safety in Buenos Aires.
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Dr. Javier Miglino. 2.06 minutos. Entrevista en Buenos Aires. Argentina.

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