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There would hardly be anyone who hasn't ever heard about 'Paul Walker'. We all have a special place in our hearts for the Fast and Furious actor.
In 2013, the world lost a great actor in a tragic accident. Though the filming of Fast and Furious 7 was not completed before the uncalled demise of Paul Walker, the people associated with the film managed to complete the movie successfully and pay a very emotional tribute to him through it.
Back in the time, after his accident, his daughter, Meadow, filed a wrongful case against Porsche with respect to the accident.
And, some time back Meadow honoured her father's name in a really beautiful way.
On 30 November 2013, Paul Walker was killed in a car crash. Roger Rodas was driving the Porsche nearly 55 miles faster than the speed limit when it crashed into a lamppost and two trees.
At the time of the accident, Paul had been staying with his daughter for almost two years. And she was 15 years old when he died. No age is good to lose parents, but if it's a teenage, it is worse.
She's finishing up her high school and is all set to be a grown up, working on big projects.
And at such a young age, it is amazing what she is choosing to do with the money.
Paul walker's passion for the ocean, rescuing the animals and helping people is not hidden from us. And his daughter is working on keeping that alive.
Paul was a member of The Board of Directors of The Billfish Foundation and participated in the 'Shark Men' expedition on the National Geographic Channel.
In 2010, he travelled to Chile to support the victims of the 8.8 magnitude Earthquake. Also, he helped the injured people in Hawaii when the earthquake hit there.
With the Paul Walker Foundation, Meadow is awarding all those who have contributed to the community. The award also includes scholarships.
Paul has spent a lot of his time learning about the oceans, and the foundation will continue to do the same, keeping his passion alive.
Paul Walker will stay in our hearts forever, and we are really proud of Meadow for carrying on the patrimony with such perfection.