The cause of Tiger Woods’ car crash, which left the legendary golfer severely injured his leg, was reported Wednesday by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.
Officials are expected to blame the excessive speed, which is why Woods destroyed the 2021 Genesis SUV near Ranchos Palos Verdes in late February, TMZ Sports reported, the source told gossip website Woods lost control of the vehicle. And the officers are immobilizing the collision with speed.
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According to TMZ Sports, the investigation indicated that Woods “Speeding up” while the wreck occurs and the SUV gains speed before it collides. It was unclear reports whether Woods was unconscious before he lost control of the vehicle or whether he was a distracted driver.
The Los Angeles Sheriff̵7;s Department said last week that the cause of the crash had been determined. But details of the mistake will not be released due to Woods’ privacy concerns.
“The cause has been determined, the investigation has concluded,” Sheriff Alex Villanueva said last week.
TIGER WOODS ‘BUMMED’ he missed, said Mr Justin Thomas.
“We have contacted Tiger Woods and his personnel. There were some privacy issues with respect to the disclosure of the investigation, so we would ask them if they waived their privacy rights, and then we would be able to publish them. All information is completely About the accident “
Villanueva added that officials had “All content in the black box” contained in the SUV, but details cannot be disclosed. “Without permission from those involved in the collision”
Woods said he didn’t know how the crash happened and that he couldn’t remember driving. When witnesses approach the scene for the first time, Woods is unconscious. But the deputy sheriff said Woods was in shock and was able to answer a simple question.
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Authorities said there was no evidence that Woods was under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the destruction. He sustained a significant leg injury from the race and was moved back to his Florida home last month.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.