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BLUEWATER Drive has been cut both ways after a train smashed into an empty vehicle on the tracks.
A Queensland Police spokeswoman said the train came to rest across the roadway after hitting an abandoned car, cutting access in and out.
Emergency services were first called to the Bluewater Drive level crossing about 8.10pm.
No one was in the vehicle at the time and no injuries have been reported.
The spokeswoman said there was no indication of when access to the road would be restored.
The train is understood to have sustained some damage.
This article first appeared on www.townsvillebulletin.com.au
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