Autopsy: Paul Walker going over 100 mph, died of 'traumatic and thermal injuries'

Horrifying details have emerged from the autopsy of Paul Walker and the driver of the car they both died in.

Documents obtained by FOX411 state that Walker's friend and business partner Roger Rodas was driving his Porsche in excess of 100 mph when it crashed into a tree on Nov. 30, 2013.

The resulting inferno charred Walker's body so badly that no organs were suitable for transplant.

The autopsy stated that Walker died from the "combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries," and that his body was found in a "pugilistic stance," as if he were bracing for impact.

Dozens of fractures are listed, including at least two that were caused by the intense heat.

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Details on Rodas were similarly gruesome, stating that he was also horribly burned and that he had suffered a head injury that exposed his brain.

Walker starred in the "Fast and Furious" movie franchise, which has delayed its next installment until 2015 following Walker's death.