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The man charged over a train derailment which injured more than 40 people suffered a huge emotional burden and had lost all joy in his life since the accident, the Victorian County Court was told today.
Darren Andrew Harper, 36, of Wyndham Vale in Melbourne's west, today pleaded guilty to five counts of negligently causing serious injury and one count of perjury. Harper's utility truck was stuck on train tracks when a train carrying 69 passengers slammed into it about 5pm on November 19 last year at Ballan, in central Victoria.
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