The Los Angeles County Corner's Office has released its report on the November 30 car crash that killed both driver Roger Rodas and his passenger, Paul Walker.
According to the 36-page document, the two men were traveling "approximately 100+ mph" when Rodas lost control for "unknown reasons," causing the Carrera GT to spin and hit a curb. The consequent impact with a light post and several trees resulted in a fire.
Toxicology screens for both Rodas and Walker came back negative, confirming that neither was under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the accident.
The autopsy does not indicate whether or not Rodas and Walker were wearing seat belts.
Both the medical and incident reports can be read in their entirety , but please be warned that the content is incredibly graphic.