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>> Up to a 100 people injured and at least 1 dead when a commuter train crashed through a station in Hoboken, New Jersey during Thursday morning's rush hour. Commuters posting dramatic photos on social media, appearing to show a train car that had barreled through the station's concourse collapsing part of the roof.
Linda Obelly/i was on the train.>> It seemed like as we were pulling in, the train was going way too fast, where we should have been stopping. It wasn't slowing up, so a thought raced through my mind, like something's not right here.>> Emergency crews rushing wounded passengers to area hospitals.
Jersey City Medical Center received some of the patients.>> So far we've had three trauma patients arrive, who are in serious condition and are being treated by our trauma surgeons. In addition to the three serious patients, we have eight other patients who are being treated in the emergency department who are less serious.
We have about 40 patients who were brought over by bus who are kind of like the walking wounded, right? And we are triaging those patients. We anticipate the majority of those patients, are going to be discharged.>> Hoboken, which is on the west bank of the Hudson River, just across from New York City, is a major commuter hub, with tens of thousands of people passing through the station daily.
New Jersey transit, which operates the train, said all service in and out of the Hoboken station was suspended.