High-speed train derailment in central Queensland (Australia)
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Monday, November 15, 2004
Queensland Transport Ministervisited the site, and reported that the recording device on board the train would be sent back to Brisbane for analysis, in order to determine the cause of the accident.
and CEO Bob Scheuber said that there were no current plans to halt other tilt train services. "That will depend entirely on the investigators, they've not made any recommendations yet — some of them are still arriving. If they recommend that that is the course of action, then of course it would be suspended," Mr Beattie was quoted as saying.
- "Five seriously injured in Tilt Train derailment" — , November 16, 2004
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