Autopsy: Paul Walker Died From Combination of Crash & Fire
Autopsy results released today reveal new details in the deaths of actor Paul Walker and his friend, Roger Rodas.
Documents state that Rodas was driving more than 100 mph when his car crashed into a tree and burst into flames back in November.
According to the autopsy, Walker had fractures throughout his body. He died from a combination of the crash and fire. Rodas died quickly from injuries to his chest, neck and head, including a fractured skull.
Both bodies were found in a “defensive position.” Medical experts say this position is often described in cases where a victim’s body is burned, regardless of whether or not the victim was dead prior to the fire.
Walker and Rodas did not have drugs or alcohol in their systems, according to the report.