Sunday, thousands of Paul Walker’s fans gathered at the site where he was killed last weekend to honor him; some fans drove by in the cars that Walker drove in the “Fast & Furious” movies, reported CNN. Parking wasn’t available close by, so many people parked blocks away and walked to the site where Paul Walker and Roger Rodas died. Vin Diesel also showed up and comforted fans at the site. See the video to the left.
A Christmas tree is located at the exact site where the car hit a light pole. Fans lefts candles, signs, and flowers at the site. Other fans drove by in a line of cars that was several miles long.
Airplanes flew above with banners that read: "RIP God be with Fast & Furious star Paul Walker” and “Our hearts go out to his friends and family. Paris Hilton."
Since the car crashed on November 30, fans have been showing up at the site periodically this week.
Wednesday, the coroner's office reported that Walker died of "the combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries" and the sheriff’s office said that speed was a factor in the crash.
Paul Walker died Saturday night in Santa Clarita in the car accident. Paul Walker had just left a holiday toy charity event for “Reach Out World Wide” when Paul Walker jumped into the passenger seat of the car with the man who owned the car. The car crashed about 500 yards from the event and witnesses could hear the crash from the event.
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