Posted May 11, 2018 05:15:36 The search for the missing train that disappeared from Adelaide’s network has begun.

Key points:An ABC investigation into the disappearance of a train has revealed the woman was on the way to the train station on the day she disappearedPolice have now said the woman has been located and reunited with her family.

The search has been expanded to include bushland near a bushfire in the Kimberley.

The woman is now in stable condition after a bush fire near her home.

It is understood she was in Adelaide for about 10 days before her disappearance.

She was found at a farm about a kilometre from the train track in the Hawkesbury Hills, about 500 kilometres south of Adelaide.

Police said it was not known how she was found, and the bush fire was not involved.

The man has been identified as 25-year-old Aaron Jaffe, from the Adelaide suburb of Glenelg.

A statement from the woman’s family said he was in a critical condition and was being treated in hospital.

“It’s not over.

I just need to be with my family, my family can do whatever they want to do,” the statement read.”

I have no idea where this person is.

It’s not safe for me to go to this location.”

It’s understood the woman travelled with her partner, her father and a brother-in-law.

Police also said they had not been able to determine if they were the ones to have seen the woman.

The ABC has also spoken to a man who was travelling with her in the train.

He told the ABC he had not seen the two since the weekend and did not know their whereabouts.

He said he and his partner were at a restaurant nearby and that the train stopped there.

“We have seen them, we’ve heard them, but we haven’t seen them yet,” he said.

“They may be in a bush or something.

I don’t know.”

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