On May 8, 2011, about 8:32 a.m. eastern daylight time, Port Authority Trans Hudson Corporation (PATH) train 820, consisting of seven multiple-unit electric locomotives, was routed to platform track 2 to offload passengers at the Hoboken station in Hoboken, New Jersey, when it struck the bumping post at the end of the track. It was estimated that 70 passengers were on board the train. As a result of the collision, 30 passengers, the engineer, and the conductor were transported to local hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries and released the same day. Five injured passengers refused medical attention on scene. PATH estimated total damages to be $352,617.