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By Ben Tavener, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A report by experts investigating the Rio bonde (streetcar) accident, which killed six people and injured 56 others, has found 23 faults that could have contributed to the crash, which happened in Santa Teresa, downtown Rio, on August 27th.

The 34-page report by the ICCE (The Carlos Ebilo Institute of Criminology) says that safety mechanisms on the . . .

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