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At least five people have serious injuries after a high-speed train derailment in south-east Queensland.
A Tilt Train service with 157 passengers and seven staff on board came off the tracks north of Bundaberg just after midnight.
The high speed Tilt Train was on its way from Brisbane to Cairns.
Seven of the nine carriages were derailed on a section of the track where the service can reach speeds of 150 kilometres an hour.
Queensland Rail's chief executive officer Bob Scheuber says the cause of the accident is unclear.
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