Paul Walker died and it was NOT a result of mechanical problems. It was because of speeding. Sources that did the speed analysis, Roger Rodas, the driver, was SPEEDING between 81 and 94 MPH when he lost control. The car crashed within seconds after the speeding. The AP quotes a source from the L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept. — the agency that conducted the mechanics analysis — who says the crash was NOT the result of mechanical failure. Speed is the reason for the fatal accident. Walker and Roger Rodas died from a combo of the impact and fire. During the investigation, “German Porsche mechanics flew to L.A. to examine the car …. analyzing the Carrera GT’s brakes, engine, body and a tire that wasn’t destroyed in the fire.”

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