Paul Walker Dies In Car Wreck [Report] [Twitter Reacts]


Paul Walker Dies Car Accident

Update 10:30 PM EST:

Paul Walker’s reps confirmed on Twitter and Facebook that the actor did die in a car wreck Saturday. He was a passenger in a friend’s car.

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Update 10:10 PM EST:

The story of Paul Walker’s death was confirmed on Saturday evening from multiple sources, including ABC News, New Regency, and photographer Kevin Takumi, who posted a photo of the car wreck on his Twitter account.

Again, information is still coming in about the death of Paul Walker. We will have more information when it is available. The original story is below.

Original Article:

Paul Walker died in a car accident on Saturday, according to a report from TMZ. So far, the site is the only confirmation of the Fast and Furious actor’s death, causing many Twitter users to wonder whether the Walker death report is a hoax.

According to the gossip site, the accident happened in Santa Clarita, California, north of Los Angeles, when Paul Walker lost control of his Porsche and slammed into a post or tree. The car apparently burst into flames, killing Walker and another person in the car. Per the report, law enforcement responded to the scene and the LA County Coroner’s office was on the way.

Several other sites are running with the story as well, but all avenues point back to TMZ. Twitter users mostly accepted the news, though some called the news a hoax, wanting to wait for additional confirmation.

If proven true, the news of Paul Walker’s death is certainly tragic. This is a developing story, and we will update as more information is available.

[Image by Barbara Doduk]


Melissa Stusinski
Melissa grew up in the Seattle area, but moved to Indiana to attend Anderson University in 2005 and was editor at the school's Literary Arts Magazine for two years. When she isn't focused on writing, Melissa enjoys working on cars, gaming, and exploring new places. [Contact: Melissa@socialnewsdaily.com]

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