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AN ABANDONED car has been dragged hundreds of metres by a train after being left on the tracks in the state’s north.
A grain train hit the vehicle at Pyramid Hill, near Kerang, about 2.20am this morning.
The freight train pushed the car 300m along the tracks.
The train and the damaged car. Picture: Rob Durston
The car was pushed 300m by the freight train. Picture: Rob Durston
The driver of the train and his two colleagues were uninjured. Picture: Rob DurstonPolice said the driver of the train and his two colleagues were uninjured.
A Pyramid Hill woman, 36, was questioned by police and took a breath test, recording a reading of 0.158.
The woman’s licence was suspended and she is expected to be charged with traffic-related offences.
This article first appeared on www.heraldsun.com.au
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