The fiery crash that killed Fast and Furious star Paul Walker may have a link to the film franchise after all.
According to TMZ, police are investigating whether the actor and his friend Roger Rodas -- the former racecar driver who was behind the wheel when the crash occurred -- were in the middle of a high-speed race on Saturday afternoon.
It was suspected that a malfunction caused the crash, but a law enforcement source tells TMZ that they received a tip about a possible race. Now cops are reportedly looking for video and witnesses that could prove another car was involved. Sources say the Santa Clarita, California street where the crash happened is a popular street racing location.
However, newly obtained surveillance video on TMZ seems to show that no cars were right near Rodas's Porsche at the time of impact -- which may rule out the theory of a street race.
SURVEY: Americans No Longer Trust Each Other
A new survey says Americans no longer trust each other.
This survey about trust has been conducted for many decades.
In 1972, half of those surveyed said, “Most people can be trusted.”
Today, only one-third of Americans believe its true.
And, we’re not talking about trust in big institutions like government or Wall Street. Instead, this poll was about simple trust in the regular people around us. (TCPalm.com)
STUDY: Exercising While Pregnant Makes Your Baby Smarter
According to a new study, exercise during pregnancy may boost your baby's brain development.
Researchers found that moms-to-be who were more physically active during pregnancy had newborns with greater brain activity during their first weeks of life, which means those little baby brains had developed faster. (NY Daily News)