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Paul Walker remembered by thousands of fans

by FFE Entertainment News Staff

 

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Almost two weeks after the tragic death of Paul Walker, messages from mourning fans are still outpouring for the “Fast and Furious” actor.

 

On Sunday, thousands attended a memorial held at the site where the 40-year-old actor died in a car crash last 30 November. The sound of high-performance car engines filled the air as car enthusiasts joined in remembering Walker.

 

Fans left flowers, letters, candles, and other tributes at the memorial in Santa Clarita, California, which was planned through social media.

 

Paul Walker memorial meet! Amazing experience. Got to see original cars from the movies. RIP to a legend. pic.twitter.com/wi9liKN7PY

— Destany Saalih (@DestanySaalih) December 9, 2013

 

 

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Team Paul Walker showed gratitude to fans worldwide for attending tributes for the actor.

 

“We’ve seen the most incredible outpouring of support from Paul Walker fans over the past week. To those who have attended the many tributes worldwide, posted heartfelt messages online, and supported his charity Reach Out Worldwide — we’d just like to say THANK YOU. Your gestures of love have meant so much,” said Team Paul Walker on Tuesday.

 

Meanwhile, a day after his remains were sent to the morgue, it was confirmed that he will be buried at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park this weekend.

 

Walker’s funeral will be attended only by the actor’s family and close friends.

 

Walker and his friend Roger Rodas died when their 2005 Porsche Carrera GT crashed during after attending Walker’s charity event in Valencia, California.

 

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