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THE two drivers of a derailed tilt train have offered their "deepest sympathy" to injured passengers but have declined to discuss revelations the train was speeding.
Queensland Rail has released "black box" data showing the train was travelling at almost twice the speed limit when it crashed.
The drivers yesterday told The Sunday Mail through their union: "To all the passengers on board the train we would like to express our deepest sympathies for any injuries caused by the accident. They said they were unable to go into details while investigations continued.
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