The headline says: Train leaves track leaving major line closed in Southland.
The story says:
A train left its tracks between Canterbury and Otago last night, flipping five of its carriages onto their sides.
I don’t think it’s possible for a train to leave its tracks between Canterbury and Otago because they border each other at the Waitaki River.
The derailment must have happened in one province or the other and whichever it was the part of the line between Christchurch or Dunedin it happened on is well north of Southland.
Don’t reporters know New Zealand geogrpahy?
Aren’t subs supposed to correct these things?