Train derails at NYC's Penn Station; no injuries reported

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Passengers look up to a train schedule board while waiting in New York's Penn Station, Monday, April 3, 2017.

One of the trains at Penn Station in NY derailed Monday, causing headaches for transit riders.

NJ Transit says it's operating Tuesday morning on an adjusted schedule. NJ Transit *is* the worst. Limited service was then restored on the Northeast Corridor and New Jersey Coast Line.

NJ Transit suspended all service in and out of Penn Station as trains were diverted to Hoboken, officials said. There, customers will find continuing service to Manhattan via PATH trains.

Main/Bergen, Pascack Valley and Port Jervis Lines will operate on regular weekday schedules. Regular service is planned at Atlantic Terminal.

Complete details can be found on the NJ Transit website. Cross-honoring of tickets is in effect systemwide with buses, private carriers, PATH and New York Waterway.

Passengers on the train told NBC they felt a slight jolt, but no crash just before the train pulled into Penn Station.

Unfortunately for commuter Frank Fleming, a Monday morning derailment at Penn Station caused delays for the entire New York area, which made it hard for him to attend the New York Mets home opener. Three cars in the middle of the ten auto train derailed. The westbound Port Washington branch will terminate at Woodside from 6 p.m.to 8 p.m. Riders can transfer to the 7 subway to get to Penn Station.