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Vin Diesel says after hearing of the death of Paul Walker, he sought out the late actor’s mother, hoping to give her comfort. Instead, she ended up lending him strength.
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“I thought they needed my strength but realized when I got there and broke down before his family, that it was I who needed theirs,” Diesel wrote on Facebook Friday. “His mother hugged me and said I am so sorry … I said sorry? You’re the mother who lost a son? … She said yes, but you lost your other half.”
Diesel previously penned a tribute for his Fast & Furious co-star, who was killed in a car crash Nov. 30. In a Facebook post Tuesday, Diesel wrote: “Pablo, I wish you could see the world right now … and the profound impact your full life has had on it, on us … on me … I will always love you, Brian, as the brother you were … on and off screen.”
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Walker, 40, died in Valencia, Calif., during a break from filming Universal’s Fast & Furious 7. He was killed when the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT in which he was a passenger crashed. The driver was Roger Rodas, a well-respected financial adviser.
Walker’s family has asked his fans to donate to the late actor’s charity, Reach Out WorldWide, a network of professionals with first-responder skills who volunteer when disasters strike to augment relief efforts on a worldwide basis. Donations can be made through the organization’s website.
Read Diesel’s entire post from Friday below:
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