LOS ANGELES / Chatsworth, California: Metrolink is a commuter train agency in Los Angeles California which recently had the the unfortunate experience of having one if its engineers crash killing 25 victims and injuring over 100 other people. Their spokesperson admitted that the train wreck was caused by human error. She later resigned, or was asked to resign, while Metrolink withdrew its admission of responsibility for the deadly train accident. Within a short period of time, Metrolink had pulled its web site, replacing it and redirecting all pages to a single page "Emergency Alert" with a well crafted and terse message about the accident and train scheduling issues. A search of archive.org reveals that Metrolink was shrewd enough to preclude archive indexing. It is impossible to see what information they 'had' on their web site about who they are, what they do and other biographical information. DomainTools keeps an image archive of the site, which is available here. Wouldn't you just love to know what information is contained in their "Safety" section which appears on their top navigation tabs?