ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A New Mexico family, faced with burying their son after a possible drowning , is getting help through donations.
Days after the bodies of 16-year-old Seth Stephenson and his friend 14-year-old Noah Hopper were pulled from Quemado Lake, a website has popped up to help Seths' family with burial expenses.
The two boys were at a religious camp when they were last seen hopping from island to island at Quemado Lake.
They disappeared last Sunday.
The New Mexico state dive team found their bodies Wednesday.
So far, nearly $5,000 has been raised through the website.
A family friend who set-up the website told KRQE News 13 how the family is cooping.
"I know they have a lot of support down there and people who love them, and a lot of support up here,' Deb Roennebeck said. "So I guess they're doing as well as can be expected."
Medical investigators are still trying to determine the exact cause of the boys' deaths.
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