Paul Walker Autopsy Delayed, Candlelight Vigil Held at Crash Site
Paul Walker's deadly car crash keeps getting grislier. The 'Fast & Furious' actor died in a one-car accident on Saturday afternoon (Nov. 30), and now reports say that his body was so badly burned in the wreck that it can't yet be positively identified.
TMZ reports that Walker, 40, and the driver in the crash, race car driver and Walker pal Roger Rodas, need to be identified by their dental records.
As a result, both of their autopsies have been delayed until a positive identification can be made. The autopsies are expected to be performed later this week.
Rodas was driving the Porsche Carrera and allegedly speeding when he lost control and collided with a tree. The vehicle was engulfed in flames and both Rodas and Walker were burned badly and pronounced dead when authorities arrived at the tragic scene.
After police cleared the bodies and wreckage from the scene of the accident, fans and loved ones held a candlelight vigil for Walker and Rodas.
Our thoughts are with Walker, Rodas and their loved ones.