Paul Walker Died from Burn Injuries

Madison Vanderberg

After the L.A. County Coroner’s Office claimed that they wouldn’t release the results of the autopsy, somehow TMZ got their hands on the results and sadly discovered that Paul Walker died by burning to death.

Everyone feared this would be the verdict, but it’s striking to see it put so plainly. 

Paul didn’t die in the crash but instead from the flames that burst through the car nearly a minute AFTER the impact.

However, the man who was driving the car, Roger Rodas, DID die from the impact of the crash. After confusing reports surfaced stating that Paul wasn’t speeding in the car, sheriffs are now saying that the car WAS traveling up to 90 miles per hour. 

The coroner said toxicology results won’t be available for another six to eight weeks. 

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