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The Queensland Government says there is no need to suspend the Tilt Train service at this stage, despite a derailment in central Queensland in which 120 people were hurt this morning.
Separate investigations into the derailment have begun but Premier Peter Beattie says there is no need to suspend the Tilt Train service yet.
The Mayor of Miriam Vale Shire, Tom Jeffery, arrived at the scene soon after the accident and says the carriages were in good shape considering the impact.
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