Paul Walker: Car Going Over 100 MPH Before Crash — Coroner


Roger Rodas was going over 100 MPH when he and Paul Walker crashed, a new report by the Los Angeles County Coroner revealed.
The new details from the autopsy report show that speed was a factor in the accident that took Roger Rodas and Paul Walker lives after a charity event on Nov. 30.

“For unknown reasons, the driver lost control of his vehicle, and the vehicle partially spun around,” the report stated, according to People. It reportedly spun 180 degrees after impact hitting a tree and almost splitting half before burning.

The speeding confirms the original statements by investigators, that explained that “speed, and speed alone” were the cause of the accident.

The report also showed that Paul’s skin was charred it was burnt so badly. His organs were so damaged that they can not be donated.

He had many fractures, as well: various ribs, pelvic, collarbone, jaw, and his left upper arm.

The normal level of carbon monoxide saturation is two percent, but the report showed that Paul had 14 percent and Roger had 10, according to TMZ.

The coroner also said there was a “scant soot in Walker’s trachea,” which suggested after the impact he may have taken a few breaths.