The search for two missing Forsyth teens has come to a tragic end as their bodies have been found inside a vehicle at the bottom of a ravine.
Forsyth police had been looking for Braden Tuck, 18, and Damien Grant, 18, since May 25 when they told friends they were going to look at flood waters. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says their bodies were found as police investigated an accident on Highway H near Chadwick.
Two people were driving past the accident site when they spotted an SUV that had crashed down a steep ravine. Investigators say for some reason the vehicle left Highway H and plunged close to 80 feet into a ravine. A deputy that reached the vehicle saw two bodies inside, later identified as the missing teens.
The Highway Patrol is investigating the cause of the crash and try to determine when it took place.