An unofficial memorial for Paul Walker on Sunday drew tens of thousands of people to Santa Clarita at the site of his fatal crash. Walker and Rodas died in a fiery crash Nov. 30, when the two, traveling at a “very high rate of speed” lost control of a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT and crashed it into a light pole.Paul Walker Santa Clarita Memorial on Sunday. A motorcade of everything from Lamborghinis to tricked out Hyundais paraded past the crash site, which was tightly managed by a slew of Sheriff’s Department officials.
A Paul Walker memorial scheduled for Sunday at the site of Walker’s fatal Santa Clarita crash is expected to draw thousands, based on Facebook postings. Car enthusiasts from across the state, as well as fans of the "Fast and the Furious" movie franchise, posted messages on a group called “Paul Walker / Roger Rodas Memorial Meet (SoCal).Paul Walker memorials covered the sidewalk at the site of his fatal crash. The page was created by SoCal Car Meets, which is not claiming to be the creators of the memorial, just the conveyors, according to the Facebook page.