There has been a major train derailment in the the Bronx on the Metro-North rail line. CBS New York, citing FDNY sources, is saying there are "several injuries." There's no word on severity or whether there are any deaths. Some passengers are still reportedly trapped inside.
From ABC7:
It happened at 7:20 Sunday morning at Palisades Avenue and Independence Avenue in the Spuyten Duyvel section.
Police say four cars are off the tracks and two are on their side.
The exact situation, as well as the number of injuries, remain unclear.
There was an initial report from the AP that "some cars" had gone into the water. However images from news organizations, as well as social media show multiple derailments with cars near the water.
A screenshot from NY1, via Jim Roberts, shows one train car near, but not in, the water.