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No injuries in train derailment

A train derailed just south of Dingwall station with 60 passengers on board.

Northern Constabulary said no-one was seriously injured in the accident, involving the 1715 GMT service from Inverness to Ardgay.

The two-carriage train was travelling at a slow speed when it left the line at about 1745 GMT on Friday.

All passengers, the driver and one attendant, are off the train and one woman passenger was taken to hospital as a precaution.



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