MCPHERSON COUNTY, Kan. (KAKE) - A mother and two children were found dead in a camper at a motocross track in Inman on Saturday.

According to a release by the McPherson County Sheriff's Department, deputies responded to a report of three deceased people in a camper at the Inman Motocross track. The Inman Fire Department and McPherson EMS arrived at the scene and were able to confirm that three people were deceased. 

The three deceased have been identified by family members as Felecia Richey, Tysin and Bentley. 

An investigation is pending.

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Jason Richey, Felecia's husband, confirmed to KAKE that there are currently two online fundraisers to help cover funeral costs. They can be found below:

The cause of death has not yet been officially released, however, in one of the online fundraisers, the organizer states: "Jason Richey lost his wife and 2 children suddenly to carbon monoxide poisoning this (Saturday) morning."