Investigators told Associated Press the Porsche Carrera GT accident in which Paul Walker and Roger Rodas lost their lives was caused by "speed and speed alone."

Investigators told Associated Press the Porsche Carrera GT accident in which Paul Walker and Roger Rodas lost their lives was caused by "speed and speed alone."

On November 30 a red 2005 Porsche Carrera GT brutally crashed and caused the death of Fast and Furious star Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas. Investigators say the only reason for why this tragedy took place was excessive speed as the car didn't had any mechanical issues.

Moreover, investigators with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department didn't find any debris on the road or other factors which could have caused the car to collide with a light pole and a tree, before igniting and killing both the driver and passenger. Even though the car caught fire, its onboard data collectors survived and chances are that after examination we will be able to find out the car's approximate speed next month when Porsche's engineers will come to California to extract the information.

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