here. Or have a look at this photo on Twitter taken by a passenger on board the ferry that went over to rescue passengers.
Flickr user eddienyc has a great set of photographs of the rescue. This photograph by grego! is also pretty amazing.
Late night updates:
This is a photograph of Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger, III the pilot who steered the plane into the water, ensuring that there was no loss of life. Here is the article on him from Friday morning's Times.
This is The New York Times article on events.
Amazin Jane's photostream.
"Although the US Airways jet crashed into the Hudson River near the west 50's, they towed the airplane south and 'docked' it in near Battery Park and the World Financial Center. This is the wing sticking up over the height of the walkway."
Gothamist have reports, eye witness comments, photographs, videos, maps and everything else you could want on the story.
Here's Eddie Izzard's great bit on 'Bird strike'. And here's the wikipedia entry for it.