On Thursday morning, a train crash at the Hoboken, New Jersey terminal left many people injured, according to early reports. According to photos and videos shared by people at the scene via Twitter, the damage was substantial, and debris is littered throughout the station. It's unclear how many people were injured, but according to NBC and other local outlets at the scene, there were multiple injuries. WNBC reported that the injuries were "serious."
ABC reports that over 100 people are injured, and that several people were trapped.
According to early reports from NBC, the train crashed into the train station instead of stopping when it reached it. BuzzFeed noted in a tweet that more than two dozen people had been injured.
The accident occurred just before 9 a.m., which is rush hour from commuters trying to make their way from New Jersey into New York.
In a Notify NYC alert, the Twitter account described the incident as a "derailment." ".@PATHTrain Due to a NJ Transit train derailment at #Hoboken Station, NJ, all PATH train service in and out of Hoboken Station is suspended," the account tweeted.
Just after 10.30 a.m., NJ Transit released a statement.