A new Paul Walker crash video has been released and the moment of impact when the explosion happened is nothing short of shocking. TMZ reports Dec. 2 that a surveillance video from the top of an industrial building across the road from where the "Fast and Furious" star was killed Saturday, shows the exact moment the car wrecked and turned into a massive fireball.
The Porsche that Paul and his friend, Roger Rodas, were in can't be seen entirely due to a few trees blocking the scene, but the giant explosion happens as soon as the car is seen slamming into a hard object. Watch the eerie video here.
Right after the car becomes an inferno, another car immediately stops and parks. The driver is then seen leaving his vehicle, running to the crash scene.
The first crash video of Paul Walker and Roger Rodas showed the incident a few minutes after the tragic wreck.
Investigators initially believed that Walker and Rodas were in some kind of drag race with another car, but there doesn't appear to be another car speeding by before noticing the violent burst. There's speculation that the Porsche malfunctioned that resulted in Walker's crash. A fluid leak or a steering fluid leak are some of the mechanical failures suspected to blame for Walker's death. Nothing is confirmed at this point, however.
The latest Paul Walker crash video puts yet another harsh perspective on what took the actor's life.