In Photos: Commuter Chaos After Derailment, Flooding

Flooding, along with train service changes caused a hellish commute for tri-state travelers on Tuesday. Another nightmarish commute was expected for the evening rush.

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Twitter user Kelly Moore said the morning commute was a "nightmare" after being stuck among this crush of bodies caused by PATH delays in Hoboken. Credit: @kellymo222
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Delays and train cancellations in combination with flooding caused massive delays for hundreds of thousands of commuters.
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The Hoboken PATH station was packed with confused crowds trying to figure out service changes on closed platforms, with no announcements or updates, according to one commuter.
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Throngs of commuters desperate for alternatives faced challenges finding them, with the PATH experiencing a brief suspension on the Hoboken-33rd Street line, delays on other lines and the crush of people causing crowding-related problems throughout the New York City subway system.
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Twitter user Rob Pepitone said, due to overcrowding, the LIRR wasn't letting anyone else on the train. Credit: Twitter / @underyour_radar
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The line for the ferry was equally long, as desperate commuters searched for alternative routes into the city.
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Commuter Carlos Garcia said all opening to PATH in Hoboken were blocked by confused crowds. Credit: Carlos Garcia.
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Garcia reported there being no announcements made other than "some delays," while men entered the station with generators and welders. Credit: Carlos Garcia.
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Travelers said they were frustrated with the lack of communication from New Jersey Transit, which they said were not advising passengers about the 'disaster' at Hoboken. Credit: Carlos Garcia.
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Garcia said bus lines across all of Hoboken were hundreds-long as people scrambled for alternative means of getting into New York City. Credit: Carlos Garcia.
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Crowds heading into Hoboken Terminal. Credit: Carlos Garcia.
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