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Rio gets track back in action following derailment

RIO Tinto has reopened the rail line near Dampier where one of its Autohaul trains left the tracks and left about 30 iron ore-laden rail cars on their sides.

 One of Rio Tinto's Autohaul trains in the Pilbara.

One of Rio Tinto's Autohaul trains in the Pilbara.

The derailment occurred about 6.30pm on June 17 about 20km from Dampier in Western Australia's Pilbara. Rail operations were suspended on that track. Rio Tinto has been able to get the track back...

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