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3D artist creates 3D models of an Australian trainee

3D modeler has created a 3D digital model of an injured man on a Queensland train.

The man, believed to be in his 20s, was injured on the same track as the first fatal incident in Melbourne’s CBD on Monday.

A video of the scene was shared on social media by a 3d modeler, who said he had worked with a young man with a broken leg.

“I’ve been working with the man and I’ve taken a 3-D print of the injury,” the model said.

“It was the first time I’ve ever seen that, so it’s a bit scary.”

The man was wearing a leg brace when he was hit.

The train was travelling from Ballarat to Wodonga at a speed of 60km/h when it was hit at about 11:00am on Monday morning.

He was rushed to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, where he died.

The incident is the second fatal incident on the MetroLink rail line.

On Sunday, the driver of a train hit a pedestrian and was arrested.