The untimely death of Paul Walker has left many wondering the details in the cause of his passing, the L.A County Coroner has released a new autopsy revealing more on the tragedy, hit the jump for more.

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It has been reported that the vehicle in which Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas were driving in was going at a speed above 100 mph. Although the impact of crash was a factor in the cause of death, it is not the only; traumatic and thermal injuries added to the passing of both.

“The Los Angeles County Coroner released a new autopsy report Friday, Jan. 3, detailing how speed was the main cause of the crash of the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT that resulted in the deaths of Walker and his friend Roger Rodas, People magazine reported. The vehicle traveled more than 100 mph before Rodas lost control, hit a tree, hit a light post, spun around and hit another tree before the vehicle burst into flames on Nov. 30 in Santa Clarita, Calif.” HP

“Walker and Rodas’ bodies were in the “pugilistic” stance, the Times noted. Walker’s injuries were so bad that he could not be identified visually and was not a candidate for tissue donation. Rodas suffered a skull fracture and his brain was exposed, the report stated.”