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Irish Rail is investigating a railway accident where a number of cement wagons derailed from a freight train and plunged 15m into the River Suir near Cahir, County Tipperary. No one was injured in the accident that occurred at 6am on Tuesday along a bridge built in 1852 and which carries single track mixed traffic between Limerick and Waterford.

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