The autopsy for Paul Walker after his death says that Walker was laying supine in the passenger seat in a “pugilistic stance,” or a defensive position, as if he were bracing for impact.
It also says that the vehicle Walker was riding in was traveling at least 100 miles per hour when it crashed.
The report, which hasn’t been made public but was obtained by media outlets, also said that Walker’s whole body was burned so badly that none of his organs could be donated.
Walker had numerous fractured bones after the November 30 crash that killed him, including to his jaw, collarbone, and ribs.
Walker died from a combination of the crash and the fire afterward.
The L.A. County Coroner is preserving portions of Walker’s organs in a jar, though it’s unclear why, according to TMZ.
No alcohol or drugs were found in Walker’s body, nor the body of Roger Rodas, the driver of the car who also died.
The report says that after the crash, the car spun 180 degrees, struck a tree, nearly tore in half, and caught on fire.
Investigators found no mechanical problems with the Porsche or debris or other problems on the roadway in an industrial park in Santa Clarita about 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles, reported AP.
The report says the red Porsche was traveling “at an unsafe speed, approximately 100+ mph,” according to a deputy who took testimony from witnesses at the scene.
“For unknown reasons, the driver lost control of his vehicle,” the report says.
Walker and Rodas co-owned auto racing company Always Evolving, which is shutting down after their deaths.
They also teamed up on the charity Reach Out Worldwide, which sent out small but highly mobile teams to help in disaster relief.
Walker was on a break from filming “Fast & Furious 7” when he died. He and Rodas had just left a fundraising event for their charity.