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Coroner’s report: Paul Walker crushed, burned to death

In a just released report from the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office, the cause of death of actor Paul Walker was finally released to the public after his death on Nov. 30, 2013, as reported by Breitbart.com on Jan. 3, 2014.

Walker with daughter, Meadow.
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The film star and his friend, financial management specialist and fellow care enthusiast Roger Rodas, were both killed in an automobile accident where the two self-admitted "adrenaline junkies" were in a high performance sports car, and reportedly driving at least 100 MPH when control of the vehicle was lost.

In the Los Angeles suburb of Santa Clarita, the two died in a mangled, flaming wreck of an almost unrecognizable hunk of metal that was once a limited-edition Porsche Carrera GT.

Breitbart.com flatly published that Rodas, who was behind the driver's wheel, died of "multiple traumatic injuries," which is a very sanitized way of stating he was crushed to death.

Sadly, Walker also suffered from the same "traumatic" crushing injuries as his friend, but while still alive the actor also suffered from "thermal injuries."

It's undetermined if Walker was conscious or not as he essentially burned to death.