Police warn over stunts at Fast And Furious crash spot
LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Police in the United States (US) city where Fast And Furious star Paul Walker died warned fans on Monday against "burning rubber" near the spot where he was killed, as they probed the fatal car crash.
They issued the caution after reports of people pulling stunt manoeuvres on the stretch of road in Santa Clarita, northwest of Los Angeles, where Walker died in a fiery smash on Saturday.
A makeshift shrine has sprung up at the place where Walker was killed when the red Porsche sports car he was traveling in slammed into a tree and caught fire.
Speed is believed to have been a factor in the accident, although investigators are also probing the burnt-out wreckage for evidence of any mechanical problems.