Paul Walker died in a car crash last Saturday at the age of 40, but according to new reports, the impact from the collision alone did not take his life.
Instead the cause of death was traumatic and thermal injuries sustained when the Porsche GT crashed into a tree and a pole and burst into flames.
Paul's friend who was driving, Roger Rodas, 38, died from multiple traumatic injuries suffered upon impact. Burning was not a factor in his death.
Both men were positively ID'd by using dental records.
The Coroner says toxicology results for both will be available in 6-8 weeks, while the Medical Examiner says both deaths have been ruled an accident.