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Police and Queensland Rail (QR) have confirmed that the Tilt Train involved in a derailment in central Queensland this week was travelling more than 50 kilometres per hour above the speed limit when the accident happened.
In a joint statement, police and Queensland Rail say the train was travelling at 112 kilometres per hour along a section of track where the limit is 60kph.
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