The remains of “Fast & Furious” star Paul Walker were transported from the coroner’s office to Forest Lawn mortuary in L.A. on Tuesday, and are now in the hands of his grieving family.Sources told TMZ Paul's family is now deciding how and when the actor will be laid to rest.
Walker, 40, and friend Roger Rodas, 38, died tragically November 30 when a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT driven by Rodas crashed into a light pole and tree and burst into flames.
One of the previous owners of the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT in which Paul Walker and friend Roger Rodas tragically died said the car had a “tricky” clutch that would stall.told the NY Daily News on Monday, “It was tricky and could stall starting up, but once you got it into second gear, it wasn’t a problem.”
Thousands of fans, friends and car enthusiasts headed to Santa Clarita on Sunday to pay tribute to Paul Walker and Roger Rodas at the site where the “Fast & Furious” star and his friend died in a car crash.
The memorial, which began around noon, saw many arrive in high-performance cars, with the sounds of engines revving filling the air.
The “Fast & Furious” star Vin Diesel shared a touching story with Paul Walker fans on his Facebook page, describing the first moment he saw Paul’s mother after the actor’s tragic death.
He wrote, “When I heard, I immediately flew back to California, and went directly from the plane to his mother’s house… I thought they needed my strength, but realized when I got there and broke down before his family, that it was I who needed theirs… His mother hugged me and said I am so sorry… I said sorry? You’re the mother who lost a son… She said yes, but you lost your other half…”
In some of the startling images of the horrific car accident that killed Paul Walker and Roger Rodas last weekend, one reportedly showed a man being restrained by first responders.
According to NY Daily News, the man has now been identified as Paul Walker’s longtime friend Newton Wimer, who would have seriously injured himself if he had not been stopped.
“Extra” spoke to NASCAR star Danica Patrick on Friday at the Can-Am Spyder demo, asking the racer about Paul Walker’s tragic death in a fiery car crash.
Fans and friends will gather on Sunday to mourn the loss of “Fast and Furious” star Paul Walker at various memorials around Los Angeles.reports that at least one tribute will take place at the crash site where Walker and friend Roger Rodas lost their lives last Saturday. Thousands have already RSVP’d to attend the Sunday event from noon to 5 PM on Hercules Street in Valencia.
“Fast and Furious” star Paul Walker was already dead when first responders arrived to the crash scene, according to a dispatch call that was just released.courtesy of TMZ, reveals that firefighters were on the scene within minutes of the first 911 call and found Walker and friend Roger Rodas “DOA.”