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'Fast And The Furious' Fans Doing Dangerous, High-Speed Stunts At Site Of Paul Walker Crash

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Fans of Paul Walker have been paying tribute to the actor best known for his work in the "Fast And The Furious" in all sorts of ways: they've set up a memorial to him at the crash site in Valencia, picked up pieces of the wreckage from the scene and they're even performing high-speed stunts.

Cops said that they're going to start cracking down on fans that are fast and furiously zooming down the very street where Walker died with his friend Roger Rodas, according to TMZ. They're threatening to cite offenders and even impound the cars of fans that are doing burnouts, donuts and other speedy stunts that are leaving skid marks on the street. They say they're worried that someone else will end up hurt at the scene.

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