Fast & Furious’ star Paul Walker was killed in a car crash. 16-year-old Meadow Walker has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche. The sports car Paul Walker was driving had multiple flaws. Meadow seeks unspecified damage due to defects that contributed to her father’s death. Porsche Carrera GT is a dangerous car to drive. This is a vehicle that does not belong on the street. The car side door reinforcement bars has defective rubber fuel lines. The Carrera GT should have come with an electronic stability control system to protect against swerving. The roadway conditions were unsafe for the vehicle speed. Mechanical failure had killed the actor Paul Walker. The materials were weaker in strength than what is used in popular mass-market cars, that were designed to be operated at speeds much slower than than the Porsche. Paul Walker’s life ended before the smoke and fire engulfed the car. His body was badly burned. His right wrist and left arm were fractured. He also suffered fractures from his left jawbone, collarbone, pelvis, ribs and his spine. The lawsuit alleges lack of safety features that were found on the Porsche’s least expensive road car’s features. That could have prevented the accident. Paul Walker could have survived the crash.