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Police officers who worked at the scene of a train crash in north Queensland last year will be recognised this morning.
Two train drivers died when their tilt train collided with a truck at a level-crossing near Cardwell last November.
Inspector David Tucker from Innisfail police says eight officers will be recognised at a ceremony in Tully.
"The first response officers will be recognised, together with the commissioned officers that were in charge of the operation, together with the investigators - the forensic crash investigators - as well as officers that guarded the scene and also assisted the passengers over a period of time," he said.
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