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An empty Amtrak train derailed and blocked an important route into Manhattan a day after a commuter train crash injured more than 30 people in New Jersey, tying up the Monday morning commute for thousands of travelers in the nation's most crowded urban corridor.
A train from New York pulling into the Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) station in Hoboken for its final stop crashed into the bumpers at the end of the tracks Sunday morning, injuring 34 people and shutting down service indefinitely.
Mr. Gordon, who was headed home from his security job at a New York apartment building, said he was half-asleep as the train pulled into the station.
"People were stunned, but nobody was really going crazy or anything," said Tom Gordon of Jersey City, N.J., who was riding in the train's front car with about 15 other people. "I didn't know what had happened at first."