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Paul Walker Autopsy Report: Coroner Says Car Was Traveling Over 100 MPH by tundeayo2020: 8:41am On Jan 07, 2014
It was first reported that the vehicle “Fast &
Furious” star Paul Walker died in was traveling
40 mph, but the official cause of death was
released by the Los Angeles County Coroner's
office Friday. As it turns out, the car was going
much faster.


TMZ obtained documents from the report, which
stated Walker, 40, "combined effects of
traumatic and thermal injuries." It also stated
the car was going more than 100 mph when it
hit a curb and then crashed into a pole and a
tree before nearly splitting in half and bursting
into flames, as stated by E! Online.

The Hollywood star’s body was so badly charred
none of his organs were suitable for donation.
TMZ wrote the report stated his body was found
in a “pugilistic stance,” which means he was in a
defensive position and essentially bracing
himself for impact. There was also "scant soot in
Walker's trachea," which means he might have
taken a breath after the accident but sources
who are close to the accident’s investigation told
TMZ they believed Walker died almost
immediately. The normal level of carbon
monoxide for a person to have saturated in his
or her bloodstream is 2 percent; Walker had 14
percent and Rodas’ body had 10 percent.

As previously written, the coroner said he died
from the combined effects of traumatic and
thermal injuries received during the fatal
accident in Santa Clarita, Calif., on Nov. 30.

Right before the crash, Walker and his friend
Roger Rodas had attended an event for the
actor’s charity, Reach Out Worldwide.
Walker had filmed nearly half of “Fast & Furious
7,” the next installment in the franchise that
made him a star. According to The Hollywood
Reporter, instead of killing off his character
Brian O’Connor, Universal has decided to
“retire” his character. The film is set to be
released April 10, 2015.

Re: Paul Walker Autopsy Report: Coroner Says Car Was Traveling Over 100 MPH by Ezeibe(m): 8:43am On Jan 07, 2014
Eyah,,,
Re: Paul Walker Autopsy Report: Coroner Says Car Was Traveling Over 100 MPH by laykhorn(m): 12:19pm On Jan 07, 2014
I'm gonna miss this dude... R I P Walker aka Brian O'Connor.

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