HOBOKEN, NJ - On Sunday morning, a PATH train crashed at the station in Hoboken, NJ, injuring roughly 40 passengers.

At around 9 a.m. a PATH train failed to stop, and ran into the bumpers at the end of the tracks.The injured people were brought to the local hospitals, most of them with minor injuries and mainly around the neck. Several of them refused medical attention, according to the police. No severe injury was found.

According to the Hoboken City website, NJ Transit is currently cross honoring tickets, and the PATH passangers are redirected to the light rail or ferry. 

The service is expected to reopen partially later today, and return to the full schedule tomorrow.

PATH train serves as the primary public transportation between Manhattan, New York, and urban cities of New Jersey.