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Shocking scene in Australia as passenger train derails [Video]

Shocking scene in Australia as passenger train derails

This is the aftermath of a train derailment in Wallan, Australia. Wow! Full credit to: @epearson_3 on Twitter

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Two killed after Australia train derails [Video]

Two killed after Australia train derails

An Australian XPT train travelling from Sidney to Melbourne derailed on Thursday night, resulting in the deaths of the train driver and co-driver.

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Australian train runs off rail and kills two on a troubled track [Video]

Australian train runs off rail and kills two on a troubled track

WALLAN, AUSTRALIA — An Australian XPT train travelling from Sidney to Melbourne derailed on Thursday, February 20, resulting in the deaths of the train driver and co-driver. Citing Australian..

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Emergency services arrive at scene of Australia train derailment [Video]

Emergency services arrive at scene of Australia train derailment

A helicopter was seen flying near the scene of a derailed train that killed two in Wallan, Victoria on Thursday (February 20). Footage showed emergency vehicles near the scene. The train had..

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Helicopter lands close to scene of derailed train that killed 2 in Australia [Video]

Helicopter lands close to scene of derailed train that killed 2 in Australia

A helicopter was spotted arriving at the scene of a derailed train that killed two in Wallan, Victoria today (February 20). Footage shows an emergency services chopper descended close to the BP..

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Sam Meintanis is being remembered as a popular train pilot, while concerns are raised about extra safety measures that should have been in place on the Sydney-to-Melbourne rail line.
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Wallan train crash 'could have been avoided': Rail Union

The union representing train drivers has blamed national regulations for the Wallan train derailment which killed two drivers.
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Derailed train to be winched off the tracks at Wallan

Transport investigators have now left the site of the deadly train derailment north of Melbourne.
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Speed a crucial element of probe into deadly Wallan train derailment

Investigations are continuing into the cause of a train derailment that killed the driver and pilot north of Melbourne.
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'It was the thing that he loved to do': Driver in Wallan derailment identified

The rail driver who died on Thursday night has been identified as 54-year-old Canberra man John Kennedy.
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Passenger train derails in southern Australia, killing 2

SYDNEY (AP) — A passenger train derailed in southeastern Australia, killing two operators and injuring several other people, police said. The train was heading from Sydney to Melbourne late Thursday..
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V/Line drivers avoided track section where deadly Wallan train derailment occurred

The train's driver, a 54-year-old man from ACT, and co-driver (or 'pilot'), a 49-year-old woman from Castlemaine, both died after the Sydney to Melbourne XPT service carrying 153 passengers came off..
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Driver, worker killed in 'horrific' Sydney-to-Melbourne train crash

A driver and another worker have been killed after the Sydney to Melbourne XPT train derailed at Wallan, north of Melbourne.
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Two dead as Sydney-Melbourne train derails

Others are injured as a train crashes near the town of Wallan in Victoria, Australian media say.
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Sydney-to-Melbourne train derails north of Melbourne

Two people have died after the Sydney to Melbourne XPT train believed to carrying about 150 passengers came off the tracks near the town of Wallan about 45 kilometres north of Melbourne.
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A family of five has lost everything after a fire gutted their Wallan home on Tuesday night.
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