More horrifying details about Paul Walker's untimely death have come to light after the Los Angeles County Coroner released its official autopsy report.
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As detailed in the L.A. Times, the report confirmed that the "Fast & Furious" star's body was burned beyond recognition and so badly that his organs were not suitable for donation.
The car, a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT, was being driven by Walker's friend, Roger Rodas, and traveling more than 100 mph when it crashed into a pole. The impact was so strong that the report noted "the vehicle was almost split in half."
Neither man had drugs or alcohol in his system. Both were found in a supine position, indicating they were bracing for impact.
The coroner believes both Walker and Rodas, who co-owned an auto body shop, died immediately, though some soot was found in the actor's throat. Walker died of traumatic and thermal injuries, including a broken pelvis, ribs, and collar bone. Rodas suffered massive head trauma, with parts of his brain exposed.
The L.A. Times noted that the car has a history of being hard to control.
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