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A Victorian coroner has said she will hold three inquests into level crossing deaths in the state.
Twenty-nine people have died in collisions between trains and vehicles in Victoria between 2002 and 2009 including 11 who died in the Kerang level crossing accident in 2007.
A directions hearing into the deaths has been held in the County Court.
Coroner Jane Hendtlass told family members and legal representatives that she plans to hold three inquests in total.
One will focus on the death of Kate Stanley two years ago, another on the Kerang collision and a third concentrating on the drivers familiarity of their routes.
The coroner has not ruled out further inquests and has offered families the opportunity to apply for one.
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