I don't think its that bad... I bet the people that went over had no clue what they were doing.
This is a copy of an article from the Denver Post of the Imogene accident:
Colorado Springs - A Colorado Springs couple were killed and their son and a friend were seriously injured when their Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled off a mountain trail on Colorado's Western Slope.
Daniel Gluklick, 50, and his wife, Jeanine, 47, died at the scene Saturday when their sport-utility vehicle rolled about 800 feet down a mountain, said Sgt. Lawrence Oletski of the Colorado State Patrol.
Cole Gluklick, 11, and Ian Nordstrom, a boy whose age wasn't available, suffered multiple injuries and were airlifted to St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction.
All four were ejected as the Jeep went down the embankment, according to the accident report. None were wearing seat belts, Oletski said.
The accident happened on Forest Service Road 869 on Imogene Pass, about 3 1/2 miles east of Telluride, Oletski said. The pass is 12,000 feet in altitude.
Gluklick was in critical condition and Nordstrom was said to be in serious but stable condition Sunday.
The initial investigation has ruled out weather, speed and alcohol consumption as possible causes of the accident.
"At this point it looks like unfamiliarity with the road," Oletski said.
Edward Gluklick, Daniel's father, said his son was an experienced trail driver. It was an activity the family did a lot, he said at his Michigan home.
"He was a very skilled driver," the elder Gluklick said of his son. "Something really strange and unusual must have happened for him to lose control."
Edward Gluklick said Daniel did classified work for the military and worked on cars in his spare time.
The couple have two teenage daughters, Edward Gluklick said. He identified them as Corinne, 18, and Chloe, 15.
"He was very much an asset in everything he set out to do, and he was my best friend as well as my son," Edward Gluklick said.
He described his daughter-in-law as "absolutely delightful" and "a wonderful mother."
The news came as a shock to close neighbors of the family.
Bob and Cindy Sabol said the small acreage Gluklick lived on in the Black Forest area didn't have a house on it when the family moved in about eight years ago.
They lived in a garage, heated with a wood stove, cooked on a Coleman stove and divided the single room with sheets for a year while they built their home, Bob Sabol said.
Neighbors kiddingly called them "the pioneers."
They had horses, dogs and goats. Jeanine Gluklick raised Cashmere goats competitively and sold the wool locally.
Jeanine also ran a small day-care out of her home, and the boy with them in the accident was a youngster she had cared for since he was an infant, Cindy Sabol said.
The Gluklick's were described as "a strong family unit" that often participated in activities together.
They actually rolled the ZJ by driving too far up the uphill side to let someone around, rolling onto the road, and then off. When we got there, there was a still a block of ice from their cooler in the middle of the road, and the two dogs wondering around.
I can't find a good article of the Blackbear accident, but I am pretty sure they part of a jeep club and were pretty experienced as well.
Sorry to keep dragging this up, but it is just a reminder to be careful out there!