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Queensland Rail has rejected claims it should have equipped the state's tilt trains with a speed limiting device known as Automatic Train Protection.
A preliminary investigation has found the train which crashed in central Queensland this week was travelling almost double the allowable speed on a bend. President of the Australian Federated Union of Locomotive Employees, Greg Smith, says the tilt train should have been fitted with Automatic Train Protection.
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