Emergency officials stand outside of the Hoboken Terminal following a train crash on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, in Hoboken, New Jersey. Julio Cortez/AP

The Atlantic live blogs developments and details.

What we know:

—An NJ Transit train crashed in Hoboken, New Jersey.

—Photos and videos posted on social media from the scene show extensive damage to the station.


We’re getting reports this morning of a train crash in Hoboken, New Jersey.

This is a developing story and we’ll update it as we learn more.

This post originally appeared on The Atlantic. Please see The Atlantic’s live blog for continuing updates on witness accounts, the scale of the damage, and more on the train.

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