Autopsy reports on film star Paul Walker’s death have been released, confirming that the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT he was in during the fatal crash was driving at speeds over 100 mph.
According to the reports, Walker suffered multiple fractures and other traumatic injuries. The star was also so badly burned that he couldn’t be visually identified nor was he a candidate for tissue donation. Driver Roger Rodas also suffered multiple injuries to the head and his skull was fractured with his brain exposed.
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The report also noted that the Carrera GT crashed into a pole and several trees with the impact force so strong that after the vehicle’s driver side hit a light pole and a tree, it continued spinning until the passenger side slammed into another tree, causing the Carrera GT to burst into flames.
[Source: LA Times]