Paul Walker: 'Fast And Furious 7' Actor's Sunglasses And Other Items from His Accident go on Auction

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By Sonalee singh | March 14, 2014 7:53 PM EST

Paul Walker's death has created a vacuum not only in the life of his family but also in the life of his fans. While the world is still grieving the sudden loss of the "Fast and Furious 7" actor, items allegedly found at the accident site of the actor have been put on auction. The items in auction include a fire extinguisher that was used to save the star's life when his car busted into flames, a piece of debris that is apparently the most popular piece and sunglasses that the actor was wearing at the time of crash

Regarding the authenticity of sunglasses, Kieta, an acquisitions specialist at BidAMI.com revealed to Daily News, "We photo-matched them to the one's Paul was wearing [that day]. And of course the statement from the person who obtained them."

 The name of the person who has sold the sunglasses has not been disclosed.

TMZ reports suggest that the unknown seller was at the scene of accident on Nov 30. He found Paul's sunglasses after Paul's wrecked car was removed. The glasses were lying in the bush, not far from where Paul's car Porsche Carrera GT.

Auction of Paul's belonging started on Thursday. However, as per Kieta the site on which auction started crashed as the response tremendous. Some of the fans of the late actor think that it is not morally correct to sell the items retrieved from the place of crash. 

However, Kieta assures their intentions came from a "place of respect."

Paul Walker died on Nov 30 while coming from a charity event and is survived by his daughter Meadow Walker. Reportedly, Walker has left all his property in the name of his daughter.

On the other hand, makers of "Fast and Furious 7" have resumed the production of the film and the film is all set to hit the theater next year.

Let us know what do you think about the auction of items retrieved from Walker's death site. Do you think it is morally correct?

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