Boys endanger lives with rocks on railway tracks stunt

TWO boys, aged 14 and 15, were allegedly putting large rocks on railway lines between Booval and East Ipswich stations last night.

Queensland police report the pair threw a full can of soft drink at Rail Traffic Crew staff.

Queensland Rail halted all trains on the Ipswich line as the dog squad tracked the two boys.

They were taken into custody at Booval. 

They have been charged with Endangering the safety of a person in a vehicle with intent and assault. 

Topics:  arrest qps queensland rail teens

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