A coroner in Moffat County says three Craig men who were killed when their vehicle plunged 125 feet off a cliff died of head and internal injuries, and each had a blood–alcohol level that was over
the legal limit for driving.
The men died when a Jeep Cherokee drove off a scenic road above the Sandrocks Nature Trail early on the morning of June 1st.
Moffat County Coroner Owen Grant, says autopsies conducted found each man's blood–alcohol was above .08 limit for driving. Investigators haven't released the cause of the accident or said which man was driving.
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