Paul Walker Died of Traumatic and Thermal Injuries

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Updated: 12/05/2013 12:29 am
(CNN) -- Autopsies have determined the official causes of death for Paul Walker and Roger Rodas. Rodas, the driver of the vehicle, died of multiple traumatic injuries; Walker, the passenger, died of the combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries, the Los Angeles county coroner's office said Wednesday. The deaths were ruled to be accidental. Toxicology results are pending, and could take several weeks.
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Dogboy - 12/4/2013 2:07 PM
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He died from not having the basic equipment for racing, and make no mistake, this was racing. Helmet, gloves, fire suit, roll cage, fire bottle, racing fuel tank (limits fuel leaking), electrical cutoff. Also the emergency crews, fire, EMTs with ambulance, safety crew. Racing without proper gear and staff leads to death. One failure is all it takes.

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