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The train hurtled along BHP's Newman to Port Hedland line for about 50 minutes.

Settlement after BHP train derailment

Mining giant BHP Group has reached a settlement with the train driver who was fired over a huge derailment in Western Australia's Pilbara region last year.

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The Vines - Western Australia - power@iinet.net.au
The confidential settlement was always to be expected, as publicising the specific causes of the incident in the Fair Work Commission had the potential to be detrimental to BHP. The termination was a mistake and the issue should have been avoided by way of a confidential resolution between both parties after the event, where the operator resigned and we all lived happily ever after.

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