Continued from Part 1
Reports are coming in to San Francisco that evidence has been seen in the form of a fluid trail that lead up to the skid marks themselves.
TMZ reports that "the Porsche was acting up and kept stalling as one of Rodas' employees tried to get it back into the shop—and that's why Rodas ended up behind the wheel."
Walker hadn't driven in the car before and he asked Rodas for a ride which Rodas agreed to.
Another theory going around is that Rodas and Walker had become part of a street race when the accident happened.
Police are now investigating the possibility that Rodas and Walker were, indeed, involved in a street race when they crashed, reports TMZ.
Radar reports that some officials believe the Porsche may have been going at speeds of over 100mph in a 45mph zone when Rodas lost control.
The investigation continues.
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