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Sydney light rail risk reports show high number of 'hazardous events'

Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday, 11 December 2019
Internal reports show almost 250 incidents were clocked up in just two months on a section of the city's new light rail line.
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A portion of the Green Line was closed Wednesday morning in St. Paul following a crash between a van and a light rail train, Ali Lucia reports (0:24). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Dec. 11, 2019

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