Paul Walker: Eyewitness Reveals Explosive, Tragic Accident Details

Sun, December 1, 2013 9:30am EDT by 36 Comments
Paul Walker Crash
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Posted at 6:14 PM on March 29, 2014  

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Josh

Posted at 6:15 PM on December 30, 2013  

Those damn Germans stole another favored actor of mine. First Ryan Dunn now Paul, PORSCHE GO AWAY

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Joe Chicago

Posted at 11:20 AM on December 8, 2013  

It is sad how many idolize him for, what has now been proven, being reckless. At least their recklessness did not injure or take the lives of anyone else.

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Mary Cousins

Posted at 1:04 AM on December 8, 2013  

To those in Hollywood. For God’s sake, please realize we all will die, just don’t hurry it by trying to live at a fast pace. I know, I’m 67 years old, every time I see such things as Paul’s death I cry. A beautiful person was called home way to early. We need your talents, not you memories.

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Joe Chicago

Posted at 11:24 AM on December 8, 2013  

You should be crying tears of joy that their decision to drive at reckless speeds did not take the life of someone else. Those chose their life. They lived to drive fast. They chose to drive like that. They chose to buy a fast car which is know to be difficult to control. THEY CHOSE TO DRIVE LIKE THAT ON PUBLIC STREETS. They chose to put everyone else on that street at risk…be glad they only took themselves out.

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Josh

Posted at 6:18 PM on December 30, 2013  

Good sir you are right. The discretion should have been to keep in on the track. The lure was the adrenaline rush, and the streets were relatively clear. It seemed like a good idea at the time, any other car and they wouldnt have understeered into that tree. It was a tragedy, it could have been avoided.

 
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