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At least 79 people were injured, one seriously, when seven carriages of a high speed train derailed in southern Queensland. Police said the Tilt Train came off the tracks about 12.15am (AEST, 1.15am AEDT) about 400km north of Brisbane, near the Queensland coastal city of Bundaberg.
All 157 passengers and seven crew had been freed from the train, police said.
There were 79 people injured, with 48 "walking wounded" taken by bus to hospitals in Bundaberg, Gladstone and Gin Gin, police said.
One man with serious injuries was airlifted to Bundaberg.
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