A 24-year-old Wagga man who lost his life on Saturday has been described as a guy who played hard and lived harder by close mates.Dane Eaton is the second person in a week to pass away at a level crossing in the Junee area. On Saturday morning, police and paramedics were called to a level crossing at Old Junee after a Suzuki motorcycle ridden by Mr Eaton struck a power pole on Goldenfields Way. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Family and friends rallied together over the weekend to come to terms with his premature death re-living moments shared. Work mates, who wished not to be named, said he was a great bloke who was happy, who liked having a great time and was loved by all he met.Wagga police duty officer Inspector Darrin Gobbe described the incident as a "tragic situation". Police spoke with a number of motorists in the area following the incident and investigations are continuing with a report being prepared for the coroner. Police diverted traffic from the Goldenfields Way, Olympic Highway and Temora Road through Junee for sometime after the incident.A man in his 50s was also airlifted to Canberra yesterday after a motorcycle crash near Adaminaby. Tumut and Talbingo police and paramedics were called to the Snowy Mountains Highway after the rider, believed to be on a charity bike ride tour, sustained a serious upper leg and abdominal injuries. An off duty paramedic was on scene to stabilise the man before he was airlifted by South Care Helicopter.