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Falls of Cruachan derailment occurred on 6 June 2010 on the West
Highland Line in Scotland, when a passenger train travelling
between Glasgow and Oban derailed near Falls of Cruachan railway
station, after a suspected landslide. The two-car diesel multiple
unit caught fire and one carriage was left in a precarious position
on the 50-foot high embankment. Sixty passengers were evacuated,
some with minor injures; eight of those were hospitalised as a
precaution. In addition to blocking the line, the incident also
caused the closure of the A85 road below the rail line. Both road
and rail were closed for a week.
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