A 14-year-old girl vacationing with her family in Glacier National Park in Montana was killed Monday when rocks fell on their moving vehicles.
The family, from Utah, was traveling on Going-to-the-Sun Road when a number of rocks rained down from the rock and on their vehicle at about 7 p.m., according to a Glacier National Park release.
The stones, which ranged from "fist size" to "12-inches in diameter," landed on the roof and shattered the rear windscreen, the release said.
The teen's parents and two other children in the vehicle were also injured in the incident.  Paramedics tried to take the girl to a hospital, but she died en route. the children were hospitalized.
Officials are holding the victim's name pending proper family registration. [1
In 1996, another person was killed by a rockfall on the same road, the release said. ]