A U.K. teen died shortly after completing the ice bucket challenge when he added a dangerous twist to it — jumping off a cliff into a quarry, the U.K. Telegraph reports.
It's believed 18-year-old Cameron Lancaster is the first death linked to the ice bucket challenge.
The ice bucket challenge has people dumping a bucket of ice-cold water over their heads and posting a video of it on online to raise awareness for ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. They then challenge others to take part.
The Telegraph reports Lancaster dumped the ice water on his head then jumped feet first into the shallow water of Prestonhill Quarry, which has 80-foot-high cliffs.
Police say it's common for young people to jump into the quarry, but have warned about the dangers.
Police release photograph of 18 year old Cameron Lancaster who died after drowning in a quarry in Fife. pic.twitter.com/QSfHpBcoPk— Radio Clyde News (@RadioClydeNews) August 25, 2014