Paul Walker Crash Judge Rules That Porsche Are Not To Blame For His Death
The US District Judge made the decision on Monday...
A court has dismissed the lawsuit attempting to blame Porsche for the crash that killed Paul Walker.
In November 2013, Walker's friend Roger Rodas was driving in a Porsche Carrera GT when it span out of control causing the crash.
US District Judge Philip Gutierrez rejected the lawsuit filed by the driver's widow, Kristine Rodas, on Monday 4th April.
He ruled that there was nothing to support her claims that the car lacked vital safety features and that its suspension had failed.
Gutierrez wrote in a statement: "Plaintiff has provided no competent evident that Rodas' death occurred as a result of any wrongdoing on the part of the defendant."
Although the outcome of this ruling looks good for Porsche, they are still facing two more cases from Walker's daughter and father.
At the time of the crash the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and California Highway Patrol found unsafe speed to be the cause of the crash rather than any mechanical problems.
Porsche has denied any wrongdoing in the design, manufacturing or marketing of the car in question.
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