His life was cut short before the weekend even got started. 

His name was Levi Lemburg and he was only 20-years-old. His life ended as he was driving southbound on Highway 57 near the Priest Lake area of Coolin.

Idaho State Police say Levi was driving too fast for the conditions and he lost control of his truck.

According to idahonews.com Levi's truck went into a ditch, rolled, and ended up resting against a tree.

Unfortunately, Levi was not wearing a seatbelt, was ejected from his truck and died at the scene.

According to Levi's Facebook page, he is from Hayden, Idaho and went to Lake City High School. Levi was an avid hunter and will certainly be very missed by all who loved him.

Please keep this young man's family and friends in your thoughts and prayers in the days to come.