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The union for rail workers aboard Queensland's derailed Tilt Train said today the train had boasted one of the nation's highest safety standards.
The Queensland Rail, Tram and Bus Union state secretary, Owen Doogan, said he was surprised by the crash, which injured more than 100 people after the train overturned at 12.06am (1.06am AEDT) today. Mr Doogan said the union would be monitoring the Queensland Rail investigation into the incident. But he said he had no reason to believe that speed had caused the crash.
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