Police reveal cause of Tiger Woods’s car crash


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The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has finally disclosed the cause of Tiger Woods’ car crash in February, as excessive speed of 82-87 mph in a 45-mph zone.

Woods was driving in the Rancho Palos Verdes area of Los Angeles, en route to a golf course, when his SUV left the road and flipped before coming to rest on its side.

In a news conference Wednesday, law enforcement said that data recordings from the car show that Woods did not brake prior to the accident but did press on the accelerator at a “99 percent” rate.

Lomita Captain James Powers said investigators believe Woods accidentally hit the accelerator instead of the brake.

The final estimated speed when Woods’ vehicle struck a tree was 75 mph.

Woods was taken to a nearby hospital with severe injuries to his right leg; he returned home to Florida several weeks later.

Source: Kemi FIlani News

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