A memorial has been held for the actor Paul Walker, who died last weekend age 40 with co-stars from the Fast and Furious movies as well as the actor's family gathering at the spot where his car crashed on Saturday leading to his death.
Walker in a Los Angeles car crash after a Porsche driven by his friend Roger Rodas hit a lamp post and burst into flames. Mr Rodas, who was Walker's financial adviser as well as owning a custom car shop with the actor, also died in the crash.
Tyrese Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez, Vin Diesel, Christopher Bridges aka Ludacris were seen gathering last night at the makeshift memorial where fans have been leaving tributes to the actor since the sad news was confirmed, according to Splash News.
Vin Diesel addressing fans at the crash site earlier this week (SplashNews)
The private tribute comes after several of the star's closest friends have already visited the site as they struggle to deal with the loss of their friend. Vin Diesel starred in five out of six of the Fast and Furious franchise, visited the crash site in Santa Clarita on Monday.
A fan memorial to the star has been set up at the crash site (AKM-GSI)
Addressing the crowd who have created a memorial to the star, Diesel said: "The love that you’ve shown Paul…it’s going to stay with me forever. "I just want to say thank you for coming down here and showing the angel in heaven how much you appreciate him."
The private memorial comes as Universal Pictures have confirmed a donation will be made to the star's charity, Reach Out WorldWide, from the proceeds of the sale of the home entertainment release of Fast & Furious 6 when it's released on December 10.
Tyrese Gibson breaks down at the crash site where his friend and Fast and Furious co-star Paul Walked died on Saturday (AKM-GSI)
"With the passing of Paul, the world has lost a man who spent a great deal of his life in service to others. We share in the deep grief of his family, friends and the countless fans who love him," said Donna Langley, chairman of Universal Pictures, in a statement according to USA Today.
The charity was founded in January 2010 in response to the Haiti earthquake, in an effort to accelerate relief efforts following natural disasters.