[UPDATES BELOW] Multiple people have reportedly been injured in a NJ Transit train crash at the Hoboken Station this morning. Photos of the damaged station roof have been shared via social media and there are unconfirmed reports that as many as 100 people have been injured.

[Update 3:20 p.m.: At a press conference this afternoon, NJ Governor Chris Christie provided some more details about the crash and told reporters that the current count is one dead, 108 injured.]

Trains are currently not running in or out of the PATH Hoboken station as a result of the crash. Photos taken from the scene of the crash show large portions of the station's roof collapsed and lying in rubble.

One rider tweeted "the train rammed through the platform did not stop and the roof collapsed in the 1st car."

A spokesperson at the NJ Transit press office could not immediately offer details about what caused the crash, the number of commuters injured, or the extent of the damage. We will update as more information becomes available.

UPDATE 9:30 a.m.: WFAN anchor John Minko, who reportedly witnessed the crash, told 1010 WINS on air "It simply did not stop...It went right through the barriers and into the reception area." Fire departments and first responders from multiple areas across New Jersey are currently rushing to the scene.

9:33 a.m.: WNYC editor Nancy Solomon reported seeing 20-30 people with minor injuries, and 3-4 people that "look seriously hurt."

9:37 a.m.: All power has been shut off at the Hoboken station. Telemundo's Cristian Benavides and NBC have reported that preliminary investigations point to the crash being accidental.

10:03 a.m.:
Eyewitness Ben Fairclough told the BBC that he arrived at Hoboken station just as the crash was happening. "There was water coming down off the roof and people climbing out through the windows," Fairclough said. "There were people sitting down with blood coming from their head. There were lots of injuries."

10:08 a.m.:The Post reports that the train involved in the crash was #1614, a Pascack Valley Line train that departed from Spring Valley in Rockland County. The tabloid notes that the crash took place at approximately 8:30 a.m. on track 5 of the Hoboken station, and EMS have reported that more than 100 patients have been treated for injuries. CNN and the AP are also reporting 100 or more injuries

10:28 a.m.: CNN has confirmed that at least one person was killed in the crash. It's unclear whether the person had been on the train or inside the station at the time.

10:47 a.m.: NBC

and Fox 5 both report that three or more people have died in the crash. The National Transportation Safety Board is reportedly launching an investigation into what caused the deadly crash.

11:03 a.m.: NJ Transit has released an official statement on the incident:

HOBOKEN, NJ—At approximately 8:45 a.m. train #1614, a Pascack Valley line departure from Spring Valley operating to Hoboken, struck the Hoboken Terminal building on track 5. Initial reports indicate multiple critical injuries. Rail service in/out of Hoboken is suspended due to the incident. HBLR and PATH are also suspended into and out of Hoboken Terminal. NJ TRANSIT bus, private carriers and ferry services are cross-honoring NJT rail tickets and passes.