HOBOKEN, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Local officials are expressing their condolences after a NJ TRANSIT train crash at Hoboken Terminal left at least one dead at more than 100 injured.

Following the crash, the hashtag #NJTransit and Hoboken began to trend on Twitter, with many expressing shock and offering support for those affected by the incident.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo released a statement early Thursday after noon saying the NYS Emergency Operations Center was activated, and will provide updates for the community throughout the day.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those who were hurt,” Cuomo tweeted. “We’ll work around the clock to help those in need and provide updates as they come.”

City of Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer advised residents to make alternate plans for their commute home, as trains remained suspended as the investigation and cleanup continued.

“My thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected,” Zimmer tweeted. “Thank you for the outpouring of support and to all the first responders on scene.”

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton offered words of support to the victims while speaking in Des Moines, Iowa.

Clinton said she wanted to send her “thoughts and prayers” to the victims and their families.

She said the crash was “personal” to her as a New York resident and called it a “horrible accident.”

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump tweeted: “My condolences to those involved in today’s horrible accident in NJ and my deepest gratitude to all of the amazing first responders.”

Stay with CBSNewYork.com for continuing coverage.

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