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Cane train derailment near Port Douglas

From the Cairns Post, 2nd July 2014

TWO train drivers were treated for minor injuries after their cane train derailed just north of Port Douglas.

Two of the bins derailed, leaving the locomotive lying on its side about 3km north of Port just before 10pm on Monday evening. The drivers were able to get out of the cabin unassisted.

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said they had to clean up a small diesel leak at the ­accident site.

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