A New Jersey Transit train stalled just west of Penn Station late Friday afternoon, a spokeswoman for NJ Transit confirmed. There are about 1,200 people on the train, according to the spokeswoman, and no reported injuries.

The train was headed from Trenton, New Jersey into Penn Station, and got stuck at about 3:40 p.m., according to the spokeswoman. As of 4:35, the train was still stuck, awaiting a tow back from a rescue train.

The cause of the stall is related to an Amtrak overhead power problem. This would be the third Amtrak-related problem in or near Penn Station in less than a month.

There are 45 minute delays into and out of Penn Station as a result of the stalled train, which as of 4:58 p.m. is still stalled. Trapped passenger Mia Sanati tells us, "The car I'm in is pretty optimistic. People making the best of a bad situation. There are some kids who are scared and some people were angry, but luckily they have moved to other cars. I think everyone just really needs to go to the bathroom and get off of here!"