[Updates Below] A New Jersey Transit train derailed at Penn Station Monday morning, disrupting rush hour commuter traffic and suspending rail service in and out of the station.

According to NBC New York, no one was injured as a result of the derailment, which occurred on track 9. Passengers were reportedly exiting the derailed train at Penn Station safely. One passenger on the train, which arrived at Penn Station from Trenton, NJ, described the situation as "total chaos."

The Long Island Rail Road Babylon train due at Penn Station at 9:37 a.m. was canceled at Jamaica due to the derailment.

Passengers on the train told NBC they felt a slight jolt, but no crash just before the train pulled into Penn Station. The cause of the derailment is still unknown. The suspension of train service in and out of New York is causing delays and crowding across the NJ Transit system.

The derailment at Penn Station is the second in only 10 days. On March 24th, an Amtrak train derailed and collided with a NJ transit train as it was leaving the station. No injuries were reported as a result of that collision.

UPDATE 1:30 p.m.: Service in and out of Penn Station has resumed with residual delays across the NJ transit system.

UPDATE 3:37 p.m.: FDNY officials told the Daily News five people suffered minor injuries in the derailment. The impact was reportedly strong enough to knock one of the train's wheels off. All told, 1,400 people were evacuated during the incident, with about 600 having to walk down the train tracks to safety at Penn Station.

“The biggest part of the issue was that the trains derailed in a way that it pinched the cars so that the doors to the cars did not align up. So we had to take people from the last four cars, which took a little bit of time, down onto the tracks,” FDNY Chief Roger Sakowich told the tabloid.