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Chandler High School student identified in deadly ATV crash

CHANDLER, Ariz. (KSAZ) - The bodies of four people were recovered from the bottom of a 400 foot cliff northeast of Strawberry after their ATV fell off the side of a mountain.

We learned a little more about one of the four victims. The family of Abraham Rodriguez, 17, says he was taken too soon.

Abraham's family members said he had gone camping for the first time with his friends over the weekend. They said there were no signs or railings to warn anyone unfamiliar with the road that there was a cliff coming up, and they want changes after receiving the devastating news.

"I don't want nothing to happen like what happened today," said Frank Rodriguez, the victim's father. "I don't want anyone to lose what I lost. I lost my baby, I lost my angel, I lost my life and I never want this to happen to anyone else."

Abraham's family says the Chandler High School student was a good kid who stuck up for anyone and didn't tolerate bullying.

The teen's family set up a GoFundMe to help with funeral costs.