The 10 Paul Walker articles you have to read

2013-12-12 13:40
Paul Walker
Cape Town - Since Paul Walker’s death on 30 November the internet has been flooded with articles relating to his death. 

Walker, 40, who became a symbol of street-racing and car culture in his roles in the Fast & Furious franchise, was a passenger in a fiery one-car crash in Santa Clarita, California. 

It this compilation article we take a closer look at his life, death and the legacy he leaves behind.

(Paul Walker. Getty Images)

The 10 Paul Walker articles you have to read:

Vin Diesel took to his Facebook page to pay an emotional tribute to his "brother" Paul Walker.

Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas were reportedly "not driving recklessly" when they were involved in the fatal crash.

Paul Walker's last words before he died were: "Let's go for a drive."

The Fast & Furious cast pay homage to Paul Walker in an emotional tribute video.

Experts say that we mourn celebrities the way we mourn family members because we’ve grown up with them.

A post-mortem has shown that Paul Walker was killed by the combined effects of the impact and fire.

Authorities have arrested a man accused of stealing part of the Porsche that Paul Walker was in when he was killed.

Paul Walker's body will reportedly be cremated and he will be interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood this weekend.

Paul Walker's family believe road safety markers could have caused his car to crash.

10) Fast & Furious 7 writer changing script

Fast & Furious 7 screenwriter Chris Morgan has reportedly been tasked with changing the film's script to tastefully write out Paul Walker's character following his death. publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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