Preliminary results of the coroner’s office in Los Angeles County announced that Hollywood actor Paul Walker died from shock, burns and choking stopped the fire when the car he was traveling in the Nov. 30 crash.
However, Roger Rhodes, who was driving the car Porsche Carrera GT, died of multiple injuries caused by the impact.
The coroner’s office also said that the full report will be available for six to eight weeks.
The two deaths were categorized as “accident.” The two bodies were properly identified by their dental records.
The actor and his friend, racer, died Nov. 30, while returning from a benefit of the foundation of Walker: Reach Out WorldWide, in which the actor had involved the rest of his fellow The Fast and The Furious to collect donations for the victims of the typhoon that hit the Philippines.
Rhodes Porsche driving the car when it left the road and went to crash into a tree and a pole, then leaves the car in flames.
The cause of the crash still remains under investigation.
Although the family has not announced when the funeral was held, has transcended in various media that the actor and friend Paul, Tyrese Gibson, has been helping the family with the arrangements.
As to what will happen with the filming of The Fast and The Furious 7, which was currently in its filming stage, Universal Studios issued a statement emphasizing that for the moment closed the filming to attend the Family Walker.
“Now, everyone in Universal we are dedicated to providing support to the immediate family of Pau and the cast of Fast & Furious, cast, crew and directors.
“Right now we feel our responsibility to shut down production of Fast & Furious, for a period, until we find the options to stop continuing the franchise.
“We are committed to keep the fans informed and provide information when it. Until then, know that you join us in mourning the death of our dear friend Paul Walker,” the statement said.