The autopsy is back on beloved actor Paul Walker and prove that the actor was killed by impact and fire, along with driver Roger Rodas who was killed by impact alone. The L.A. Coroner’s Office released the autopsy Wednesday.
Results of toxicology testing will take another six to eight weeks.
Although sheriffs are still investigating what caused Rodas to lose control of the vehicle, the auto shop (owned by Walker and Rodas) released a statement on yesterday saying that their investigation concludes their was a factory malfunction with the vehicle that was rarely driven. They added that the straight line skid marks on the street showed that their was a leakage from the vehicle that caused an explosion in the front of the Porsche Carrera GT, rather than the back of the vehicle, where the engine is located.
Meanwhile, Universal Pictures announced that it has shut down production for an unspecified time on “Fast & Furious 7.”
The seventh installment of the street racings series started shooting in September and was on break for the Thanksgiving holiday.