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A coal train has smashed into a truck in the Upper Hunter, New South Wales, and 9News understands the driver has been seriously injured.
The 29-year-old driver was trapped in wreckage, after the train ploughed into the truck at a level crossing near Scone, 150 kilometres north-west of Newcastle.
The man, who 9News understands suffered head and chest injuries, was freed and has been rushed to Scone Hospital.
© 9News The driver had to be freed from the wreckage.The driver will likely be airlifted to John Hunter Hospital, 9News understands.
More to come.
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