Sunday, December 1, 2013

Awww So Adorable... See Paul Walker Last Photo Before He Died

Paul Walker who was 40 years old before his tragic death had been attending a charity event in Los Angeles on Saturday to aid Filipino victims of Typhoon Haiyan for his organisation Reach Out Worldwide.

Walker was a passenger in a friend’s Porsche when the driver lost control and the car burst into flames... See photo after the flip



Eyewitness: 'They were trapped'

One witness at the scene told The Santa Clarita Valley Signal that he tried to put the fire out at the scene of the accident and recognised Walker inside the vehicle.

“Him and his buddy, his brother in arms at heart just decided to joyride, take a spin. Something we all do. We’re all car enthusiasts. ... We’re all here driving, enjoying each other, and God must’ve needed help,” said Antonio Holmes.
“We all heard from our location (the accident). It’s a little difficult to know what it was. Someone called it in and said it was a vehicle fire.

“We all ran around and jumped in cars and grabbed fire extinguishers and immediately went to the vehicle. It was engulfed in flames. There was nothing. They were trapped. Employees, friends of the shop. We tried. We tried. We went through fire extinguishers.”

Walker, 40, is said to have business ties to Always Evolving Performance Motors, located down Constellation Road from the scene of the crash. Always Evolving hosted a toy drive and car meet on Saturday.

Holmes told the paper that  Walker was at the event supporting the cause, and the driver of the vehicle also had ties to the business.
May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace ...  AMEN!!!


  1. You drive like an idiot, you get what you deserve. What a waste of a car.

    1. Some of the people commenting on this page need to show some respect!! Two men have lost their lives. Yes speed was the reason for the crash but Paul was the passenger in the car, not the driver. Think about the family and friends grieving for these two men who may see these comments before posting disrespectful crap!

  2. Such a tragic loss...................those Carrera GT's were something special. I guess it was a case of 'Too Fast and Too Furious'.

  3. Who? Oh I. Don't care

  4. Shame about the tree, the post and the car. The drivers? No.

  5. Diamond I think u need to start moderating your comments ... U nw ve witches and wizard commenting on ur blog

  6. I can't believe the breathtaking inanity of some of the comments on here, of course it was speed!!! If you look at the video taken shortly after, you can see that the car has virtually uprooted two trees, there is debris strewn all over the road like an aircraft accident, and the car (which has an extremely strong carbon tub) has broken in half and burst into flames! Add to that the fact the driver was a car fanatic at the wheel of a 200+ mph, 600+bhp mid-engined supercar, that's renowned for being a handful for even the most skilled of drivers, and that they were all at the driver's business (which specialises in fast cars) having a car meet, then it's almost certainly speed. I just hope that the impact killed them both before it caught fire. RIP to you both.

  7. Everybody s talkin abut d death of paul walker and 4getin dat anoda dude also died wit him nside d car all bcos he is a star. Abi d oda dude na moon?

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  9. whether out of carelessness or something beyond control, a loss is a loss. Too bad they had to go that way