HOBOKEN, NJ – Thursday's deadly NJ Transit crash in Hoboken — which killed at least one person and injured dozens of people — is snarling travel for tens of thousands of commuters.

A Warren commuter said, "What a mess... feel sorry for all those hurt.. it's going to be a long commute home. I plan on leaving as early as I can and getting to Penn (NYC Penn Station) and taking a Midtown direct train. Wish me luck. I'm definitely working from home tomorrow."

PATH, NJ Transit and Hudson-Bergen Light Rail service into and out of Hoboken was suspended following the crash, which occurred on the Pascack Valley Line.

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PATH service is still running between the Journal Square Station and 33rd Street, and the Newark and World Trade Center stations.

Facebook has activated a safety check at http://www.facebook.com/safetycheck/hoboken-new-jersey-train-accident-sep29-2016/

The NJ Transit website says, "Rail service is suspended in and out of Hoboken due to a train accident at Hoboken station. NJT bus and private carriers are honoring NJT rail tickets and passes. PATH & HBLR is suspended in/out Hoboken. NY Waterway accepting rail tickets/passes. Emergency number for calls regarding this incident is Toll Free 855 336-1774."

A spokesman for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says the Governor will hold a joint press conference with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in Hoboken on the NJ Transit train crash between 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

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