Another train derails at New York's Penn Station, one injured

A NJ Transit train derailed early Monday at Penn Station, officials said.

Limited NJ Transit service resumed this afternoon, with delays.

Five people suffered minor injuries in the derailment, officials said. Midtown Direct trains will be re-routed through Hoboken for the rest of the day and Northeast Corridor and New Jersey Coast Line service is likely to be delayed.

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No injuries were reported in Monday's derailment, It comes after a separate incident last week, when a New Jersey Transit train collided with an Amtrak train at Penn Station after the Amtrak train derailed. Raritan Valley Line service is suspended between Newark and Penn Station. On March 23, an Amtrak train sideswiped an NJ Transit train after derailing.

This morning's incident left four people injured after a train pulling into the station around 9am had a "slow speed derailment". The Federal Railroad Administration also said it was aware of the derailment and has sent inspectors to investigate.

- NJ Transit rail tickets are being cross-honored on buses, private carrier buses, New York Waterway ferries and PATH trains at Newark, Hoboken and 33rd Street.

In September a year ago, a New Jersey Transit commuter train plowed into the platform at the Hoboken, N.J., station, killing one person and injuring more than 100 others.