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Paul Walker autopsy results are in: What was his cause of death?

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Yesterday news came out that Paul Walker's autopsy results were on lock down. Now on Dec. 4, TMZ is reporting that the results are in and Paul died of trauma and burn injuries in the car crash that killed him on Nov. 30. Now that the autopsy results are out maybe fans will stop saying Paul Walker is still alive.

Basically this means that Paul did not die from just the crash. The explosion that happened in the car and the fire that happened after are part of his cause of death.

Roger Rodas was driving the car. Reports do not put down burning as one of his causes of death. His autopsy says that he died from multiple traumatic injuries caused during impact.

At this time, both deaths were ruled an accident. The toxicology reports are not back yet and TMZ is confirming that both men were positively ID'ed during the autopsy proving that Paul Walker is not still alive and did actually die on Saturday in this crash.

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