All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
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Well, this is the saddest.
According to a source connected to law enforcement officials, Paul Walker's death car lost control as a result of speeding.
The car eventually lost control after going speeds of 80 to 93 mph around a curve.
Additionally, another source connected to the L.A. County Sheriff's Department, which conducted the mechanical analysis, said that the vehicle did not suffer a mechanical failure, as was previously theorized.
Also contributing to the crash were the vehicle's tires. According to sources, the tires on the car were 9 years old, and were the original tires put on the vehicle. This means that they had hardened by the time Paul and the driver, Roger Rodas, drove the vehicle which resulted in a loss of traction!
According to investigators, no drugs or alcohol were found in either Paul or Roger's system.
This all just brings us back to that sad late November day when we lost Paul forever.