Paul Walker’s Remains Have Been Released, Coroner Confirms
(LOS ANGELES) -- Paul Walker’s remains have been transported to Forest Lawn cemetery in Hollywood Hills, Calif., at the request of his family, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office confirmed to ABC News.
The family will now decide on how he will be laid to rest.
Walker died Nov. 30 when the 2005 Porsche he was riding in crashed and then erupted in flames after striking a light pole and tree.
The coroner’s office told ABC News last week that two diffferent doctors did autopsies on Walker and friend Roger Rodas, who was driving the car at the time of the crash. They found Rodas died on impact, with Walker dying “maybe” a few seconds after from the combined effects of the impact and the fire.
“Both deaths have been ruled by the coroner to be accidents,” the coroner said.
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