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THE driver of the Metro train that crashed into a freight train near Craigieburn station in May has been sacked.
Five people were taken to hospital following the collision on May 4.
A Metro spokeswoman said the driver was dismissed for reasons including failing to comply with operating procedures when he did not stop at a red-light signal, driving above the 25 km/h limit and failing to co-operate with investigations.
The Rail, Tram and Bus Union's locomotive division plans to get legal advice about making a wrongful dismissal claim. The driver has been off sick since the crash.
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