Documents and Photos
- [JPG] Photo of the two red signal lights that Robert Sanchez Ran- 1 second after sending his last text message
- [PDF] Photo at Chatsworth station from last car in train looking toward CP Topanga (i.e. view of Conductor)
- [PDF] Photo of CP Topanga switch looking east toward Chatsworth station (as they approach signals, experienced locomotive engineers check the shining metal switch points to see if correctly lined )– The switch was lined for a red signal for Metrolink 111. It ran through the switch points, bending them and the supporting mechanisms out of shape.
- [PDF] California Public Untility Commission’s initial investigation photos and comments
- [PDF] View of the accident area from Heather Lee Land
- [PDF] Companies responding next to accident area
- [PDF] Post accident fire conditions
- [PDF] Post accident fire conditions near locomotives
- [PDF] Responders at rear of first passenger car
- [PDF] Firefighters during daytime operations
- [PDF] Firefighters during nighttime operations
- [PDF] Exterior of first passenger car
- [PDF] Interior view of first pasenger car
- [JPG] Chart showing tracks and signals between CP Bernson and CP Davis, including the Chatsworth Station, the CP Topanga Signal that Sanchez ‘ Metrolink 111 ran and the tunnels through which the freight train travelled before the head on collision. These tracks are used by 4 different railroads—Metrolink, Amtrak, Coaster and a freight railroad, all at the same time.
- [PDF] General Code of Operating Rules (GCOR,) pertaining to hundreds of US railroads. Rule 1.10 is the 2005 cell phone rule
- [PDF] Metrolink’s Cell phone rule as made more detailed by Notice # 17.08 in July, 2008
- [PDF] 2006 Efficiency Tests performed by Connex/Veolia Manager Dahl- busting Robert Sanchez for the written cell phone rule
- [DOC] The 1997 Damage Limit (cap) law, title 49 United States Code section 28103
- [PDF] The Federal Interpleader Complaint lawsuit filed 8/25/10 in the United States District Court for the Central District of California, Los Angeles. On October 7, 2010, Federal Judge Wu agreed to a Final Discharge hearing date of 12/9/10. Unless the date is continued, Congress must act by then – and regardless if it is continued, Congress must before this order becomes final and any judgment becomes final.
- [PDF] Veolia’s Business Code of Conduct (current edition was published in 2006)
- [PDF] Judge Lichtman's Final Judgment Re Allocation of Interpled Funds (2011)