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An investigation is under way into a crash in the Wheatbelt in which a man was killed when his car and a train collided.
Police say the collision occurred at a level crossing on the Brand Highway about 12:00 (AWST).
46-year-old Malcolm Clark had been staying on his brother's farming property, about 10 kilometres south of Gingin and had just driven from the farm when the crash occurred.
He died at the scene.
Inspector Dominic Wood says it is too early to determine exactly how the crash happened.
"The investigation will be run by the Australian Rail Group, who run the rail service, and they'll be supported by Westnet," he said.
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