Walker, Rodas Had No Alcohol, Drugs In Their Systems At Time Of Crash

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Autopsy and toxicology reports for actor Paul Walker and Roger Rodas released Friday show neither had drugs or alcohol in their systems when they were killed in a fiery crash last year.

READ: COMPLETE AUTOPSY, TOXICOLOGY REPORTS FOR WALKER

READ: COMPLETE AUTOPSY, TOXICOLOGY REPORTS FOR RODAS

Rodas, 38, was behind the wheel of a Porsche Carrera GT when it crashed in Santa Clarita on Nov. 30.

The report states the vehicle was traveling at an “unsafe speed, approximately 100+ mph, in the #1 eastbound lane on Hercules Street approaching Constitution.” It then spun out before striking a curb, a light post and two trees.

Walker, 40, his sole passenger, died of the combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries, while Rodas died of multiple traumatic injuries.

Both deaths were ruled accidental by officials.

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