New Jersey train crash leaves at least 1 dead, dozens 'critical' - reports

New Jersey train crash leaves at least 1 dead, dozens 'critical' - reports

A train crashed into a station in Hoboken, New Jersey (Getty)

Thursday, September 29, 2016

At least one person has been killed and up to 100 people are reportedly injured after a train crashed into a station in Hoboken, New Jersey, according to ABC News.

The death was confirmed by the medical examiner at the scene. The examiner also confirmed between 75 and 100 injuries.

One source has said the majority of those injured are in a critical condition.

It is also reported a large number of passengers remain trapped in the wreckage, after the train crashed into a wall.

Urban Search and Rescue teams have been called to the scene and all services in and out of the station have been suspended.

Images of the train after the trash have been posted on social media.

 

#BREAKING: Transit train crashes at New Jersey station https://t.co/CaBeZ8T15R pic.twitter.com/FJ7X0PDqdM

— Jimmy (@SlideShowJimmy) September 29, 2016