Paul Walker Crash: Road Bumps, Hydroplaning to Blame?

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The car crash that killed Paul Walker may have been the result of reflective plastic markers in the street, his family and accident reconstruction experts believe.

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    WAT ARE U WORIED ABOUT !! JUST SO LONG AS THE FOUL RACE TRAITOR IS DEAD , ALL THE FUCK BURN UP , AND GONE !!! THAT'S ALL

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    @ ((( JOY )))

    Okay bitch. Listen up, you need to stop being sucha cunt to other people and go do something with your life. Go make yourself happy and then you'll stop caring about what other people do. You are seriously disturbed and I would recommend you go see a psychiatrist.

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    Meant to say "sue"

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    I bet the family will soon the driver since he was speeding and lost control of the car, the car maker who is a friend, and the city because of the Botts Dots in the road. Just watch and see

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    what about Bunnies crossing the road?




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