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Queensland Rail says there was no risk of a collision when a freight train stopped for no apparent reason south of Mooloolah train station on the Sunshine Coast.
A spokeswoman says the control centre had trouble communicating with the driver of the train that was taking longer than expected to travel between Landsborough and Mooloolah on Thursday night.
Police were called and removed the driver from the train.
The 62-year-old Maryborough man was charged with contravening a requirement to give a track side breath test and a blood sample at the Nambour General Hospital.
He is due to face court next month.
A Queensland Rail spokeswoman says the driver stopped at appropriate signals and did not affect other trains on the line.
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