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POLICE have been interviewing witnesses in an effort to find out how a three-year-old girl fell off a moving train and onto the track at Kuranda, near Cairns.
The girl fell from the train and broke a collarbone around 3.35pm near the Kuranda Railway Station.
Another child alerted their father to the toddler on the tracks.
The man pulled the safety chain to stop the train.
Paramedics treated the girl and transported her and her mother to the Cairns Base Hospital.
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