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By Michela DellaMonica, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL — One day after chaos broke out when a SuperVia train derailed in the early morning hours on Wednesday, January 24th, vice-governor of Rio de Janeiro, Luiz Fernando Pezão, stated that he is satisfied with the SuperVia service operators, as well as other emergency operators. Pezão defended the group responsible for the train's operating system on Thursday, adding that the services suffers from the consequences of forty years of neglect.

“I am satisfied with all operators. The SuperVia has the largest maintenance group in Brazil behind it now . . .

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