Paul Walker Crash Explained
According to reports, stunt experts have theorized that road bumps on the Santa Clarita road that Paul Walker and Roger Rodas were apparently speeding on could have led to the fiery fatal crash. Plastic road markers known as Botts’ Dots could have contributed to the sudden death of “Fast & Furious” star.
The theory suggests that Paul and his business partner’s speed, which experts say likely approached or exceeded 90 mph, caused the car to lose traction after hitting the dots. The plastic markers, combined with excessive speed, may have caused a reaction similar to hydroplaning on ice, the family reportedly learned.
So sad. RIP Paul Walker and Roger Rodas.
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