Train crashes into Hoboken station New Jersey
29 September 2016 • Author: Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, European Railway Review
A train has reportedly ploughed into Hoboken station in the U.S. during morning rush hour on 29 September 2016.
A train travelling on the Pascack Valley Line has crashed into Hoboken commuter rail station in New Jersey during the morning rush hour.
Photos posted by passengers on U.S. media appear to show the station with part of its roof collapsed. Additional reports also suggest a train carriage may have run through the station concourse.
Fox News has reported that one person has died and more than 100 people are thought to be injured although exact number are unconfirmed.
Hoboken station is located to the west of New York City located on the Hudson River. The station is frequented by 15,000 commuters per weekday travelling from New Jersey to Manhattan.
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