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The Queensland coroner is due to hand down his findings today into the death of three boys who were struck by a train at Ipswich, west of Brisbane, in 2006.
Hayden Duncan, 10, his brother Glen, 8, and their cousin Reggie Fisher, 9, were killed instantly when they were struck by a passenger train at Goodna.
An inquest last month examined Queensland Rail (QR) procedures for dealing with trespassers on the tracks.
Witnesses told the inquest the boys had been moved on from a train station and were later seen throwing rocks.
There was also evidence that the train's lights had been dimmed before the impact.
Coroner Michael Barnes excused the driver of the train from giving evidence because he continues to suffer from post traumatic stress disorder and depression as a result of the accident.
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