An NJ Transit train has crashed into the Hoboken station, causing extensive damage and resulting in fatalities and dozens of injuries, according to reports. This is a breaking story. We will be updating as we learn more. Latest update: 1 p.m.(Editor’s note: This is a breaking story. We will be updating as we learn more.)
As of 1 p.m., the following news was being reported about the NJ Transit train crash in Hoboken:
As of noon, there were ongoing updates:
For status updates on possible passengers or others in the area:
As of 11 a.m., there were further updates:
This is what is reported as of 10:30 a.m.:
(Editor’s note: The original NJBIZ report at 9:45 a.m. is as follows.)
An NJ Transit train has crashed into the Hoboken train station, causing extensive damage and dozens of injuries, according to multiple published reports.
According to 4 New York, fire officials said they were investigating the crash as a possible derailment. The report also quoted a police official as saying there were “mass casualties.”
All PATH and NJ Transit service to the station has been shut down, reports said.
Photos posted on social media by witnesses showed extensive damage to the station.
Details are still coming in on news sites and social media accounts.
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