By: Grant Vance
“Fast and Furious” actor Paul Walker passed away in a car crash on Saturday on the way home from a charity event with his longtime friend Roger Rodas, who was also a victim of the wreck.
All that is certain is that the vehicle was found wrecked into a lamp post and was said to have burst into flames as a result of the collision.
Little else is known about the details of how this tragedy took place, but there are many theories in regard to what events transpired causing the fatal accident.
One theory in particular comes straight from the crime scene investigators who suspect the possibility of a drag racing accident.
Paul Walker is most notably known for his character Brian O’ Conner from the “Fast and Furious” franchise, a character who makes appearances in all of the films excluding the third installment, “Tokyo Drift.”
The next sequel in the franchise, titled “Fast and Furious 7,” was recently in production with Paul Walker reprising his role as Brian O’Conner.
It has not yet been determined whether or not this film will continue to develop, considering the fact that it promotes the same idea of fast driving that allegedly took Walker’s life.
It may have been Walker’s last race, but his memory will live on through his fans for years to come.