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The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) says it will probably take months to complete a report on yesterday's tilt train derailment in central Queensland.
ATSB spokesman Kit Filor says investigators will interview passengers to try to establish what caused the derailment.
ATSB officers in central Queensland hope to finish investigating the site of a train derailment today. Mr Filor says Queensland Rail will begin clearing the tracks when the investigators leave.
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