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A TRAIN has smashed into a semi-trailer after it became stuck on railway tracks in Melbourne’s north.
The citybound train clipped the back of the trailer, at Bell Street in Coburg, near the Coburg Railway Station about 12.45pm.
No one was injured, with only superficial damage to the truck and train reported.
The train and track will be assessed by an engineer before it can be moved.
Paramedics assessed two people at the scene, including the truck driver and a passenger on the train.
There were no reported injuries and neither of the people required treatment, an Ambulance Victoria spokeswoman said.
Bell St is closed at Coburg Rail Station, between Sydney Rd and Main St.
Alternate route Gaffney St and Moreland Rd.
Metro said buses were replacing trains from North Melbourne to Upfield.
Avoid the area heavy traffic long delays.
This article first appeared on www.heraldsun.com.au
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