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Thousands of fans had been gathering at the crash site since Saturday to pay their respects to the late Fast & Furious star
Police asked the crowd to leave so that Paul and Roger Rodas' family and friends could have a few moments in private at the site.
Universal, the studio that produces the Fast & Furious films reportedly obtained the permit to close off the area, though they have not disclosed what, or even if, they were filming.
The fans politely dispersed but were allowed to return once the memorial was over, at which time Vin took a moment to use a police car's loudspeaker to thank the crowd for their understanding and love.