New Jersey got a little scare this morning: Around 8:30 AM on Sunday, a PATH train crashed into bumpers at the end of its track in Hoboken. Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer said 34 passengers were injured in the crash with many suffering neck injuries. They have been taken to the Hoboken University Medical Center, Christ Hospital, and Jersey City Medical Center for treatment. A spokesman at the Jersey City Medical Center said the injuries there were minor scrapes and bruises and that the five patients at his hospital were conscious, talking, and being checked for broken bones. Five passengers refused medical assistance. The cause of the accident is unknown: the conductor will be tested for alcohol and drugs as a standard procedure. Luckily for Monday morning commuters, a transit spokesman said the train schedule would not be affected.