Sideshow: Paul Walker crash details

The death of actor Paul Walker in a 100-m.p.h. crash has been ruled an accident. Neither he nor the driver was intoxicated.
The death of actor Paul Walker in a 100-m.p.h. crash has been ruled an accident. Neither he nor the driver was intoxicated. (ANDRE PENNER / AP)
Posted: January 05, 2014

Walker crash details

The Los Angeles County coroner has officially ruled Paul Walker's Nov. 30 death an accident. According to a report released Friday, the Fast and Furious star was a passenger in the Porsche Carrera GT driven at more than 100 miles an hour by his friend Roger Rodas when the car went out of control "for unknown reasons."

After hitting a tree and a lamp, "the vehicle was almost split in half . . . the majority of the vehicle was also charred" in the blaze that followed. Walker, 40, was found "charred and in a pugilistic stance." Neither man was intoxicated.

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