According to autopsy reports, the accident that killed Paul Walker was so severe that he suffered multiple fractures and other traumatic injuries.

According to autopsy reports, the accident that killed Paul Walker was so severe that he suffered multiple fractures and other traumatic injuries. The grim report goes on to say his body was so badly burned that visual identification was impossible.

Driver Roger Rodas suffered a similar fate as he received multiple head injuries and a fractured skull that left his brain exposed.

The report concludes the Porsche Carrera GT was traveling more than 100 mph (161 km/h) when Rodas lost control and crashed into a pole and several trees. The car continued spinning after the initial impact and then struck another tree before bursting into flames.

 

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Paul Walker autopsy reveals the Porsche Carrera GT was traveling 100+ mph when it lost control