Back on 30th November 2013, the incredible American actor, Paul Walker departed from this world in an awful car crash. Accompanied by his friend/business partner Roger Rodas, they were driving back together in Porsche after the end of charity event. The dreadful car crash took place at a little distance from the charity event and the real cause was excessive speed. The car got out of control and bumped into a tree. His daughter Meadow sued Porsche over the horrific car crash and uttered that the car wasn’t speeding much fast as per the surveillance cameras placed in the area and the car was actually flawed/faulty. In the case/prosecution that was filed against Porsche, it was asserted that the car was much of a “pounding time bomb” and didn’t belong on the streets.
The conclusion popped up with the news that Porsche had won the case. It was asserted that Walker was driving the car way too fast for the street they were on. All the blames were directed clearly on Walker. The car exploded into a huge fireball and both of them couldn’t survive the blaze and died instantly.
He was enjoying his break period from filming Fast & Furious 7 and the movie was ultimately released in 2015 utilizing the shots that were filmed in his life. Alongside he was working on a couple of films at the time of his death including Hours (2013) and Brick Mansions (2014).
The 40-year old, Walker had an immense love for fast cars. The Porsche Carrera GT which he was driving had steering issues but this has now been declined. It was made obvious yet official that his tragic death was none other than the case of excessive speed which caused car crash.