Paul Walker's Death Had Nothing To Do With Drag Racing
Dec 04, 2013 11:16
Further investigations have revealed that the car accident that killed Paul Walker and friend Roger Rodas had nothing to do with illegal drag racing, but because the car they were in failed to slow down around a curve.
This according to a law enforcement source, who told NBC News that the L.A. County Sheriff's Department's preliminary assessment is that the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT was traveling at approximately 40 to 45 miles per hour in a 45 mph zone and the driver apparently lost control while rounding a bend, where the speed limit dropped to 15 mph.
The Sheriff's Department had previously confirmed that people had reported seeing the Porsche traveling at a high speed and that no eyewitness had contacted authorities about seeing a second vehicle.
Authorities had previously noted that the crash location was a popular spot for street racing and, per CNN, an anonymous tipster had called authorities about a second car possibly being involved.
So there you have it, proof that sometimes horrible shit just happens. Here's hoping that will put an end to all those "Fast & Furious" jokes concerning his death. [E!]
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