The Wednesday morning commute left several people shook up but mostly OK on the Long Island Rail Road when a train derailed, ABC News reports. The train was slowly entering Brooklyn's Atlantic Terminal at around 8:30am when it crashed either into the platform or a bumper, leading at least one witness to hear what she described as a loud boom. One passenger tweeted pictures from the scene, writing, "Crazy."
Although initial reports pegged the number injured to a couple dozen or so, authorities have updated that figure to more than 100, per USA Today. Luckily, however, none of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening, with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo tweeting he was "glad to report there were no deaths; the most serious injury was a broken leg." The railroad said there will be related delays. (Read more derailment stories.)