The death of actor Paul Walker was completely tragic and unexpected. Several questions have been raised as to whether the car accident that killed him and his close friend and racing team partner Roger Rodus.
The car they were in has been reported as notoriously hard to handle. At first, there were ideas about them having been drag racing, then losing control of the car that burst into flames upon impact. However, further investigations have determined that they were not racing and that there may have been an issue with the steering which made it difficult for the driver to avoid crashing into a tree.
Before this terrible accident, Walker and Rodus had just left a charity event which Walker was co-hosting in order to raise help for typhoon victims in the Philippines. His work with Reach Out Worldwide was very important to him and he was fervently involved in it. ROWW has done a lot of work towards helping victims of natural disasters and Walker pulled together a lot of help from his friends in order to make it successful.
His family has reached out to fans and asked that they continue to support Walker’s passion for charity support. If you’re interested, you can visit Reach Out World Wide and continue to support Walker’s charity.
Despite CNN looking for answers and providing suggestive reports at length, the fact remains that no matter what caused the accident, there isn’t some cautionary tale involved about car racing. Walker had been involved in car racing for years, and this was simply a terrible accident. His good deeds live on and whether we choose ROWW or another charity, we can share in his spirit of giving to others.