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The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) says it has received 50 applications for assistance from the Kerang train crash in June.
Eleven people died and 23 were injured when a truck smashed into a passenger train on a level crossing north of the north-west Victorian town in June.
The TAC held individual information sessions in Kerang yesterday for those affected by the crash.
TAC spokesman Jeff Mollet says support is available for people who were injured, victims' families or others such as passers-by who have been affected.
"The TAC encourages anyone who has been injured or affected by the incident to contact the TAC directly for further information about TAC assistance that could be provided or assistance with submitting a claim," he said.
Thu Aug 9, 2007 9:26am AEST
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