A teenager's death in Scotland is being linked to the Ice Bucket Challenge craze, in which participants film themselves having a bucket of icy water emptied over their heads.
Cameron Lancaster, 18, died at the Preston Hill Quarry in Inverkeithing, Fife.
It is thought that the teenager took part in the ice bucket challenge before entering the water in the quarry.
The teenager's family paid tribute to Cameron, saying he "touched so many people" during his short life.
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