Paul Walker’s Death Scrutiny Update: Final Coroner Report/Autopsy Findings Revealed

Posted on Jan 3 2014 - 9:47pm by Harold Hisona

It’s been almost two months since Paul Walker’s unexpected demise has stunned lots of Hollywood friends and avid ‘Fast and Furious’ fanatics from around the world. Now latest autopsy results revealed how badly injured the actor was from that car crash. The final coroner’s report about the accident also revealed how the actor and his friend driver died from the incident.

‘Horrifying’ is the description pertinent sources has uttered about the injuries Paul Walker had obtained from the accident.

The latest autopsy report showed how the actor’s whole body got scorched through the skin from the crash, leaving no functional organs suitable for donation.

TMZ report has also disclosed that investigators found Walker’s body lying horizontally in the passenger seat. Authorities regarded such position as a ‘pugilistic stance, ‘which means that the actor was trying to defy death as much as he could at that time. It was a defensive position, indicating that Walker was trying to brace himself for the impact, according to the report.

According to the final report of the coroner about the accident, the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT carrying Paul Walker was speeding at over 100 miles per hour when it slammed into a light post and tree then burst into flames, leaving both the actor and his friend driver dead on scene.

“For unknown reasons, the driver lost control of the vehicle, and the vehicle partially spun around, and began to travel in a southeast direction,” the coroner’s report said.

Apparently, anyone can hardly escape death considering that amount of speed from such a high-performance GT vehicle.

The coroner’s report contains 15 pages of documents, answering several questions as well as speculations about how both these car racers died.

The complete final accident report was released Friday by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office.

Further autopsy results have shown multiple fractures manifesting throughout Walker’s body, particularly in the collarbone, left upper arm and jaw. Multiple injuries/fractures were also seen on the actor’s pelvic and ribs.

As conclusion, Paul Walker’s death was mainly due to “combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries” he sustained from that car crash in Santa Clarita, California, on the 30th of November, 2013.

Some of Paul Walker’s organs are reportedly being preserved in a jar and in custody of the L.A. County Coroner. Reports added that some tissues will be kept for a certain period of time for lawsuit purposes (if there’s any).

The autopsy report has also elucidated that there were no alcohol or drug traces found on either Paul Walker’s or Roger Rodas’ body. Roda was the one who drove the car when the accident occurred. He reportedly had suffered from major head trauma, with fractured skull and his brains exposed.