SYDNEY - A freight train carrying 200,000 litres of sulphuric acid has derailed in Australia, with a two-kilometre exclusion zone around the remote accident site in Queensland in place Monday. Aerial photographs showed wagons lying on their side strewn around the area, which has also been hit by heavy rain and flooding Police said there had been a minor leakage of sulphuric acid and spillage of diesel fuel from the accident which occurred on Sunday. “One locomotive and all 26 wagons are on their side following the incident,” said a spokeswoman for Queensland Rail.