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

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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.

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Both deaths were ruled accidental by officials.

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