The autopsy report conducted on the late Paul Walker reveals in detail how horribly his body was broken and burned in the crash that took his life.
The actor's entire body was charred through the skin and burned so badly that none of his organs were suitable for donation, according to TMZ.
Walker's body was laying supine in the passenger seat in a "pugilistic stance," or a defensive position, as if he were bracing himself for impact.
The 40-year-old sustained multiple fractures on his body, including his jaw, collarbone, and left upper arm, along with various ribs and pelvic fractures.
The report concludes that the actor's cause of death was "combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries" sustained from the November 30 accident.
Roger Rodas, the driver and Paul's good friend who was also killed, suffered major head trauma with the top of his skull fractured and his brain exposed.
No alcohol or drug traces were found in either man's system. Investigators believe both men died almost instantly, despite reports of an escape attempt.
Upon impact the Porsche GT spun 180 degrees, struck a tree and nearly tore in half before exploding in flames, claiming the lives of the two men.
While various hoaxes have emerged, including a new one suggesting that Paul Walker faked his death, there is no merit to any of these theories.
The star passed away, and tragically so, on that day, but hopefully fast enough that he didn't feel any pain. He is, and will be missed dearly R.I.P.