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Rail investigators remain at the site of a goods train derailment in South Australia's far west.
Twelve wagons left the rails near Mount Christie, between Tarcoola and Cook, damaging about 300 metres of track.
The line between Port Augusta and Kalgoorlie has been closed for repairs and it is still not known if passenger services will be affected.
Brad Emery from the Australian Rail Track Corporation says a clean-up will begin once the investigation is finished.
He says he hopes repairs will be finished on Wednesday.
"Generally they work around the clock to get these sort of incidents squared away," he said.
"Hopefully it will be not in the too distant future - less than 24 hours - but sometimes, depending on location it can go over."
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