EARLIER this month, ShowbizSpy.com exclusively published photos of Paul Walker‘s dead body in the car wreck.. Our new readers have emailed in saying they are struggling to go back through our archives and find them.. So we thought we’d publish them once again for their convenience! [imagebrowser id=1340]
Walker and pal Roger Rodas died on November 30 after a special-edition Porsche crashed into a light pole, two trees and a sign noting the street’s 45 m.p.h. speed limit.
The autopsy, which was completed last Tuesday, took longer than usual as the bodies were so badly burned. The coroner had to rely on dental records.
The autopsy revealed Paul died from combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries.
Rodas, died from multiple traumatic injuries.
Walker was cremated Thursday, reports RadarOnline.
Walker was transferred from the mortuary at Hollywood’s Forest Lawn Memorial Park to a crematory in Glendale, Calif., in preparation for the interment.
The burial — a very small, simple funeral with likely just relatives present — will take place Saturday.
“The family intends on dividing Paul’s ashes between an urn and keepsakes,” a source said.
Walker was on a break from filming the seventh installment of the action series Fast & Furious at the time of his passing.
Walker’s family this week said he would have wanted his footage to be included in the forthcoming film.
“They’ve made it known to Paul’s co-stars, that they don’t want him cut out of the movie. It wouldn’t be what Paul would have wanted,” said a source close to the family.
“Paul absolutely loved being a part of the Fast & Furious franchise. His family knows writers and producers will handle Paul’s death with dignity and understanding. Of course his family is focused on Paul’s upcoming funeral, and taking care of his teenage daughter, Meadow.”
Filming of the Fast & Furious 7 is expected to resume in late January or early February 2014.[imagebrowser id=1334]
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