On Friday, the Los Angeles Coroners Office released the final autopsy reports on the death of Paul Walker and business partner/friend, Roger Rodas.
According to the detailed reports obtained by HipHollywood, Walker and Rodas both died of “combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries” after the Porsche Carrera GT, driven by Rodas, crashed into a pole and burst into flames on November 30.
Walker’s report states that the flames burned the actor’s body so badly that none of his organs were suitable for transplant. The document also shows that Walker suffered “multiple fractures” including his ribs and pelvic.
The report reveals that the Fast and Furious star was “located lying supine (face up) in the passenger seat” and was in a “pugilistic stance.” (Which means he was in a defensive position.)
According to Rodas’ final report, he “sustained major head trauma with the top portion of his skull fractured and his brain exposed.” Roger also suffered multiple fractures.
There were no traces of alcohol or drugs found in either body.