Here is the Last Known Photo Taken of Paul Walker Alive

This is the last known photo take of Paul Walker alive, and he is doing what he loved.

It has been nearly two years since 'Fast and Furious' star Paul Walker was tragically killed in a car accident, and with Furious 7's touching tribute to the young actor, everyone is recalling their favorite Paul Walker movie and experiences. However, if there is one good thing about Paul Walker's accident is that right up until the very end of his life, Paul Walker was doing what he loved. Walker loved meeting fans. Last year, a man named Bill Townsend posted the following photo on Facebook and it is now thought to be the last known picture of Paul Walker alive. Paul-Walker-with-Bill-Townsend It is great to see how down to earth the legendary actor really was. Townsend has this to say about meeting Walker:
"I was just with him no more than 2 or 3 hours ago. Talking cars, he was so happy seeing all his friends get together to look at the cars.
I hope it wasn't him in the wreck, but if it was, he would have passed doing something he loved, which is driving cars. The world lost an angel in Paul."
On the day the photo was taken, Paul Walker was on his way to a charity event for his organization, Reach Out Worldwide. While Paul was in the passenger seat, the driver lost control of the vehicle at a high speed crashing into a treet. Both Paul Walker and his companion Roger Rodas were pronounced dead soon after. 'Furious 7' was able to wrap up its production with the help of Paul's brothers Caleb and Cody who volunteered as body doubles. Universal Pictures issued a statement at the time saying:
Paul was truly one of the most beloved and respected members of our studio family for 14 years, and this loss is devastating to us, to everyone involved with the 'Fast and Furious' films, and to countless fans. We send our deepest and most sincere condolences to Paul's family.
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