Why do these trucking companies have their drivers out in these conditions of inclimate weather knowing the road conditions? Why? What load has to be delivered that commuters are killed or injured that would warrant the necessity of having to be out and operating in these adversities? Shame on Groendyke Transport, Inc.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! On their website, they say " Six-Time Heil Trophy Winner for best overall safety record and program in the country. Funny how the video shows different. Talk about a Truck-B-B-Q. . ..fools!!!!!!! http://www.examiner.com/video/fiery...orado-during-snowstorm-causes-massive-pile-up I hope the family of the injured driver sues your operations and your management. If any dispatcher or fleet manager threatened this driver to operate and the driver was reluctant to drive and operate out of fear of losing his/her job, those in their operations should all be fired and sued. I'm sick and tired of trucking companies pushing and threatening their drivers to the brink of death and putting their drivers in dangers way all because of monetary market pressures when the loads aren't that important. No life is worth the loss over a commodity that can wait because of dangerous road conditions. Shame shame shame. . ..