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A freight train has derailed near a railway crossing in South Australia's Adelaide Hills, damaging a station platform and narrowly missing homes.
One freight container has come off the rails near the on Main Road crossing, and several other containers are tangled up further down the line.
Freight Company Pacific National says the train is a Melbourne-to-Perth service, which was carrying up to 47 containers of goods.
A company representative is attending the scene to work with the Australian Rail Track Corporation and the Transport Safety Board to establish how the derailment happened.
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