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Paul Walker’s Cause of Death Ruled A Result of Trauma & Burn Injuries



The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office has officially determined the cause of death for Paul Walker’s demise following the fiery car wreckage that took his life, on November 30th.

The actor’s death has been ruled, a direct result of traumatic and thermal (burn) injuries sustained from the crash.

The coroner’s office believes, Walker didn’t die solely from the wreckage but may have burned alive.

The driver in question, Roger Rodas’ cause of death was also determined. His death was ruled as a result of traumatic injuries sustained from the crash. It was not determined that his death was caused from the explosion or fire.

Walker and Rodas’ death were also ruled as accidents with no suspicion detected.

The coroner’s office also stated that toxicology results will be available in an additional 6 to 8 weeks.

Walker, 40, and Rodas, 38, died in a car wreckage on Saturday after leaving a charity event in Santa Clarita.

RIP Paul and Roger.


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