NJ Transit train derails at Penn Station, no injuries reported, officials say

According to WABC, the train, NJ Transit #3276, derailed as it was pulling into Penn Station.A New Jersey-bound train carrying around 100 people derailed at Penn Station shortly before 9 p.m. on Thursday, officials said.Denison shared two photos showing firefighters onboard the train as passengers began to evacuate.Extra PATH personnel and Port Authority Police will be on hand at the those stations, Cross-honoring will not be in place at the Newark Penn Station facility, where NJT is maintaining normal service. Approximately 180 passengers and crew members were on board at the time of the derailment.The derailment is not impacting LIRR service.Amtrak lifted a speed restriction for trains heading into Penn Station just Sunday.”Any word on the current status at penn station?”The incident comes just days before extensive track repairs begin at Penn Station, which is owned and operated by Amtrak. They had lowered the speed to just 10 miles per hour after a series of derailments, but raised the speeds back up to 15 miles per hour this week.Problems have plagued the station and the related infrastructure in an around Manhattan along the Northeast Corridor.