According to reports, the cause of the legendary golfer’s leg severely injured in the Tiger Woods car accident was revealed by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department on Wednesday.
According to TMZ Sports, the authorities are expected to blame the excessive speed on Woods for destroying a 2021 Genesis SUV near Ranchos Palos Verdes in late February. The source said on the gossip website that Woods had lost control of the car and the authorities attributed the crash to speed.
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According to TMZ Sports, the investigation determined that Woods “accelerated” during the sinking and the SUV accelerated before the crash. According to reports, it is not clear whether Woods was in a coma before losing control or whether he was a distracted driver.
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department said last week that the cause of the crash had been determined, but the details of the crash could not be released due to Woods’ privacy issues.
Sergeant Alex Villanueva said last week: “The investigation has determined a cause.
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“We have contacted Tiger Woods and its personnel. There are some privacy issues when publishing the investigation information, so we will ask them if they give up privacy, and then we will publish all the information about the accident.”
Villanueva added that the authorities have “all the contents of the black box” in the SUV, but cannot disclose details “without the permission of the person involved in the collision.”
Woods said he didn’t know how the crash happened, and he didn’t remember driving. When witnesses approached the crash site for the first time, Woods was unconscious, but the sheriff representative said Woods was in a state of shock and was able to answer some simple questions.
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Authorities said that there was no evidence that Woods was under the influence of drugs or alcohol when the shipwreck occurred. He suffered a serious leg injury in the crash and was transferred back to his home in Florida last month.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.