Abu Dhabi's late Fast & Furious 7 star likely crashed because of power steering fluid leak
Paul Walker's car crash, which resulted in his death, was most likely caused by a power steering fluid leak in the Porsche he was travelling in, according to reports.
Sources connected to Always Evolving, the auto-shop co-owned by Walker and Porsche driver Roger Rodas, said that there was evidence of a fluid burst and subsequent fluid trail before the skid marks at the accident scene, the New York Post reported.
They added that the lack of skid marks until unless just before the point of impact suggested that the driver didn't have control of the speeding car's steering.
The 'Fast and Furious' star had tagged along with his pal for a test-drive in a trouble prone Porsche, when they died in the fatal car crash.
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