Paul and Roger’s fiery crash has already created many questions. Now, a new video raises even more as it shows that the smoke didn’t appear for an entire minute after the moment of impact.
Paul Walker and Roger Rodas were both killed in a fiery car crash on Nov. 30, but the car they were driving, a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT, didn’t burst into flames until a minute after the crash in Santa Clarita, Cali. Watch the shocking new video below.
Paul Walker’s Car Didn’t Explode For Full Minute
In the video, which was shot over a short wall, we see the trees and the light pole fall, the moment that the Porsche car hits them. Then there is about 60 seconds before a cloud of smoke appears — faint at first, followed by a huge cloud of intense black smoke.
Roger, 38, was reportedly driving the car with Paul, 40, in the passenger seat as they took the Porsche on a test drive from a charity event.
Paul’s Autopsy Results Revealed
The autopsy results were revealed on Dec. 4 by the Los Angeles County Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner, saying that Paul was actually killed from a combination of both traumatic and thermal injuries, meaning that the fire also contributed to his death.
Roger’s death was solely from multiple traumatic injuries.
The accident was determined an accident, and it occurred due to “automobile versus fixed object.”
— Emily Longeretta