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Police have provided an update on their investigation into the alleged rape of a woman at a Bravus Mining and Resources rail camp.
The alleged rape took place on April 4 at one of the camps attached to the Carmichael coal and rail project.
On Monday, a Queensland Police spokeswoman said investigations were continuing.
It is understood no charges have been laid at this stage.
Earlier this month, Bravus confirmed Queensland Police attended one of the accommodation sites on Sunday, April 4, and was investigating "an alleged assault".
"The safety and wellbeing of the people in our workforce is our primary concern," a Bravus spokeswoman said at the time.
"We are supporting Queensland Police with their investigation and will allow them to further the process before providing additional comment at this stage."
Concrete sleepers have been delivered to develop the rail line for the Carmichael coal mine in Central Queensland. Picture: Cameron Laird
This article first appeared on www.couriermail.com.au
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