Australia: Official apology issued for Granville train disaster, 40 years on

Survivors of Granville train disaster in Australia's New South Wales have finally been given an apology - 40 years after the disaster. However, some relatives believe that apologies for the faulty track have come much too late.

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    Survivors of Granville train disaster in Australia's New South Wales have finally been given an apology - 40 years after the disaster.

    However, some relatives believe that apologies for the faulty track have come much too late. Eighty commuters died and 300 others were injured in the tragedy.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney.


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