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2 killed, identified after falling off cliff while riding ATV in Farmington

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FARMINGTON, Conn. (WTNH) — Two men are dead following an ATV-related crash in Farmington.

The incident happened around 8 p.m. Wednesday at the old abandoned Tilcon quarry.

Officers said the father and son were riding an ATV when they fell off a 75-foot high cliff. They were pronounced dead on scene.

A police report stated the pair died because of the “challenging terrain.”

Police identified the victims as Mark Price, 30 of Plainville, and Steven Price, 71 of Forestville.

Officers said a third person was with them but was not injured.

An investigation is ongoing.

Check back to WTNH.com for updates.

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