Coroner’s office releases Paul Walker autopsy; HGTV host dies

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LOS ANGELES, CA – The results are in but these aren’t the kind you look forward to hearing. Autopsies on actor Paul Walker and his buddy, Roger Rodas, say they died from “traumatic injuries” in their fiery crash. Walker, who was a passenger in the car, also died from burns.

Also, chilling new video of the car they were riding in shows the Porsche hitting a light pole and a tree before bursting into flames. The kicker on that is that the two had a full minute to get out.

“We’ve heard of heroic efforts to try to pull the men out but it was too late. It’s the lonely 60 seconds of no smoke, no fire in the Porsche Carrera GT when those men were inside that vehicle obviously unable to get out,” said Alan Duke, CNN Digital Entertainment Reporter.

We’re still waiting on toxicology results on Walker and Rodas. But, in the meantime, it looks like fans of ‘Fast & Furious’ will have to wait even longer for the seventh movie of the franchise. The studio behind the films Walker starred in says production is on hold “for a period of time.” We guess, so they can figure out what to do next.

Also out of production is HGTV’s ‘Curb Appeal.’ Police say one of the show’s main co-hosts, Bill Beckwith, died this week in a motorcycle crash in San Francisco.

So, with viewers now missing out on two of their main men, you just never know when it’s a wrap for good.

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