Anyone with a queasy stomach or a sensitive heart might not.
The report gives little new insight into the initial cause of the car crash, but it does say experts were unable to find any defect in the remains of the Porsche Carrera GT.
It does say the vehicle was traveling in excess of 100 miles per hour when "for unknown reasons, the driver lost control of his vehicle, and the vehicle partially spun around," hit a light pole, a tree, and finally another tree at which point it exploded into flames.
The report details the many injuries Paul received in the crash. Apparently bracing for impact in a "pugilistic stance," he suffered a broken pelvis, ribs, left arm, collar bone, and jaw.
There was some soot found in his trachea, meaning he was alive to take a few breaths after the impact.
Paul's body was charred beyond recognition, so bad that none of his organs were deemed eligible for donation.
He died, as previously reported, from the "combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries."
Driver Roger on the other hand died of massive head trauma caused by the impact. Both men are believed to have passed almost immediately.
There were no traces of drugs or alcohol in the system of either man.
It's just still so heartbreaking.
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