After the Jets' narrow win over the Texans yesterday, jubilant fans were riding up a 25-foot-long escalator through the Secaucus Junction station when everything went straight to hail mary. "The escalator was operating in the upward direction," NJ Transit spokesman Dan Stessel tells the Star-Ledger. "For reasons that are under investigation right now, the escalator came to a sudden stop—causing some customers who were on the escalator at the time to lose their balance." Five people were injured: a man and a woman were rushed to Jersey City Medical Center with head injuries, while the other three were taken to Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center with knee and rib injuries.

Stessel says none of the injuries was life-threatening, but it's unclear what condition they're in. Pending an investigation, all 31 escalators at the station have been shut down. It seems there's never a dull moment trying to get to and from the New Meadowlands stadium!