ET has published the final interview of Paul Walker who lost his life in a tragic car crash on Sunday alongside friend and former racer Roger Rodas.
In the wake of Walker’s devastating death at the age of 40, Entertainment Tonight shared what turned out to be the actor’s last interview.
During the interview, the “Fast & Furious” star opened up about his childhood, his dreams, passion for driving and more.
“I grew up hunting and fishing; I’ve always been into archery; I’ve always been into cars. … In my family, that was just stuff we did. That’s just the way it was,” Paul said when asked about passion for car racing. The late actor, who called himself a “speed demon”, added “I think it’s just part of my DNA.”
Walker, who said that his role as Brian O’Conner was the “dream job”, also spoke fondly of his 15-years old daughter Meadow and revealed that he was looking forward to the future.
“The dream is to have it all. Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it too? Live this life, that life, this life, you know? You only live one time—I want to get it all in,” he said.
TMZ has news regarding the cause of the fatal car crash in which both Walker and Rodas have lost their lives. According to the report, the crash was caused by a mechanical failure, “very possibly a steering fluid leak.”
Sources claims that “they saw evidence of a fluid burst and subsequent fluid trail before the skid marks at the accident scene.”
“The AE sources point to the fact there is a noticeable absence of skid marks until just before the point of impact. They say if Roger had lost control the skid marks would show swerving, but instead the marks were in a straight line. They feel this cements the theory the driver didn’t have steering control.
Also suspicious — the fire spreading so quickly in the front of the car. The sources say flames would be expected in the rear where the engine is … but fire in the front reinforces their theory of a fluid leak of some sort.”
This is so sad.
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