20:03 (GMT +4) More than a hundred people were reported injured after a Long Island Rail Road train derailed on Wednesday morning at the Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn, New York, CNBC reported.
The New York City Fire Department said the 103 injuries reported are non-life threatening, and victims are being transported to Brooklyn, Methodist and Kings County hospitals.
19:03 (GMT +4) The number of injured people in the train derailment in Brooklyn, New York has now been set to 76, the New York City Fire Department said in a Twitter message on Wednesday, Sputnik reported.
"76 non-life-threatening injuries reported at scene of LIRR train derailment, Atlantic Terminal Brooklyn," the message stated.
18:44 (GMT +4) At least 37 people have suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a New York City commuter train derailment on Wednesday during peak morning commuting hours, city officials said, Reuters reported.
18:27 (GMT +4) A New York City commuter train derailed on Wednesday during peak morning commuting hours, injuring multiple people, officials said, Reuters reported.
The Long Island Railroad train derailed at about 8:30 a.m. local time at Atlantic Terminal in the borough of Brooklyn, city officials said in an email notification.
Multiple people have been injured in the incident, but the severity and number of injuries were not immediately known, New York police Detective Ahmed Nasser said.
Fox 5 News reported at least 18 people were injured.