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A taxi-driver and his two passengers fled their cab seconds before it was destroyed by a train at Oak Park in Melbourne's northwest last night.
Police believe the taxi got lodged on the tracks after the driver tried to do an U-turn on a level crossing at Devon Street, near Pascoe Vale Road, about 10.40pm.
The driver and passengers - a man and a woman - fled as a train approached.
The cab was hit by the southbound train and pushed 50 metres along the track. No-one was injured.
Twenty-five passengers, who were on the train, were taken from the scene by bus.
Three transit safety division police on the train took control of the scene immediately after the crash.
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