On Monday, a video footage of Paul Walker‘s fatal car accident (shot by a group of teenagers) was uploaded to the web via YouTube, showing a few minutes of the horrific and untimely accident.
The video shows black smoke pouring out of the 2005 Porsche Carrera (GT), which had already crashed into a tree on the side of the road by the time the teens were able to start filming.
Wreckage from the incident was scattered all over the road in Santa Clarita — South of California — along with passersby stopping to view the tragic scene.
The accident –which took place on 28300, a block of Rye Canyon Loop in Valencia — is reportedly well-known for car racing.
A Santa Clarita officer exclusively told GWL Mag that they are currently investigating the accident and trying to see if whether or not Walker and Roger Rodas, 38, (who was driving the car) were racing before losing control of the vehicle.
Also, Paul’s 15-year-old daughter Meadow, who torn into pieces after finding out her father had passed away, is currently under tight-watch by family members, says the actor’s father Paul Walker lll.
Reports Inside Edition (via UsWeekly):
“Meadow is taking it really tough,” the Fast & Furious star’s dad, Paul Walker III, told reporters on Monday, Dec. 2. “[But] she has family around her and some very, very loving friends. They’re all close. There’s a lot of hugging, a lot of hand-holding.”
“[It’s] really tough…It’s hard,” Walker Sr. said of how the rest of the family is coping. “Every now and then I’ll really break down. Talking really seems to help. Remembrances, talking about him…There’s just such a tremendous amount of stories.”
“He had a way when he talked to me that conveyed he loved me a great deal,” his dad recalled. “I don’t remember ever having an argument with my son…He was kind. He was really a kind person. And he wanted people to get along with each other. He didn’t like to hear about situations where people were arguing and fighting. He wanted things to be as harmonious as possible.”
Check out the short clip below:
Paul’s friend Antonia Holmes gave an in-dept report of the crash and details about trying to save his best friend:
“The car was engulfed in flames,” Antonio said. “There was nothing I could do. They were trapped. Employees, friends of the shop. We tried. We tried.”
Watch the video below: