Doulas train station, which is located in southern France, is a popular stop for train passengers, with a busy commuter train service and several train lines.
The station is also a stop for the train company, Lufthansa, which provides a service that provides passengers with air conditioning, hot water and hot meals.
But last month, a train that was supposed to leave the station ran into a pile of trash.
The train was traveling from the Paris suburb of Dijon to Doulais, which lies on the other side of the country.
The track was apparently hit by debris and debris was thrown onto the track.
The driver was not injured, but his passenger, who was also injured, was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
Authorities said the train was stopped at Dix-la-Vallée station, but a spokesperson for LufTHA confirmed that the train had left Dix to arrive in Doulaos.
The spokesperson said that the driver, who lives in the area, was not hurt.
In a statement, Luchais de Doulacas said that it had suspended the service at the station for a few hours and that it was “looking into the matter.”
“Luchais is aware that the tracks were hit by a train and we are aware that an accident happened,” it said.
“We are in contact with the operator, who is currently undergoing medical treatment.
We are also checking the situation with the French National Railways.”
It is unclear what happened to the train or who caused the accident.
The incident came two days after another train crash in the region, which killed five people and injured dozens more.
In that incident, a LufTha train carrying a passenger from the town of Toulouse derailed.
The passenger was not wearing a seatbelt, but he did have a bag containing the belongings of the deceased passengers and a bag with a cellphone in it, which he later found.