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Investigations will continue today into the cause of a cane train derailment west of Mackay in north Queensland last [Monday] night.
Police say a locomotive and four cane wagons left the tracks about 9:30pm AEST at the intersection of the Mirani Bolden Road, 20 kilometres west of Mackay.
No-one was injured in the accident, but police say the road has been damaged.
A spokesman for Mackay police says preliminary inquiries indicate the condition of the rail tracks near the accident site may be the cause.
Tue Aug 7, 2007 9:16am AEST
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