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Ambulance paramedics are at the scene of an accident involving a train and a truck near the Hampton Railway station in Melbourne's south.
Police say the truck was dragged several hundred metres down the railway line but the driver managed to escaped unscathed.
Paramedic Matt Dowling says at this stage it does not appear as though anyone has been injured.
"The paramedics were delayed for some time in getting onto the train because there were live power lines over the train," he said.
"They've since been able to gain access to the train.
"It's a seven-carriage train and they're currently going through there and assessing the passengers to see if anyone else is injured."
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