Paul Walker Autopsy Report Reveals Grisly Details About Actor’s Final Moments
Paul Walker’s autopsy report paints a gruesome picture of the late actor’s final moments.
The Fast and the Furious star died in a horrific car accident on November 30 when his friend Roger Rodas crashed their Porsche in Los Angeles.
According to the report, the vehicle was going more than 100 mph when it spun out of control, crashed into a tree and a light post, and then exploded in flames. Walker’s body was in what’s described as a “pugilistic stance,” meaning he had braced for impact shortly before the collision.
The actor was burned so badly that none of his organs were suitable for donation. Walker sustained fractures to his jaw, collarbone, ribs, arm and pelvis.
Evidence of soot in the star’s trachea suggests that he was momentarily alive and breathing after impact, although both Walker and Rodas essentially died almost immediately. No alcohol or drugs have been found in either man’s system, and investigators say Rodas lost control of the Porsche for “unknown reasons.”
As previously reported, Walker officially died from the “combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries.”