Tiger Woods’ car crash caused solely by speed
Back in February, world-renowned professional golfer Tiger Woods was involved in a single-car accident that resulted in him being taken to the hospital. He suffered severe damage to his legs and had to undergo multiple procedures. However, he is now back home in Florida recovering from the accident.
It’s been a mystery as to what caused the crash that day, as there were no previous reports of what really happened that left his vehicle turned over. Now, the Los Angeles Police Department has blamed the crash solely on speed, per TMZ Sports.
According to TMZ Sports:
“Law enforcement sources tell us, the Sheriff’s Dept. did not get a warrant to check Tiger’s cell phone to determine if he was on a call or texting at the time of the crash. Our sources say the Dept. felt it did not have probable cause to get a warrant for cell phone records, although that is often done in accident investigations”
So checking off driving under the influence and the use of a cell phone at the time of the crash, that leaves speed to be the only answer. Woods has claimed he has no recollection of the crash, leaving many questioning what actually happened on that day.
With no evidence of driving under the influence, or checking phone records, the only conclusion the Los Angeles Police Department has formulated is that the car accelerated, where Woods was driving 83 MPH in a 45 MPH zone.
Driving that fast can surely cause an accident. Turning a corner going that speed makes it easy to lose control of any vehicle. According to TMZ, “There will be no charges filed or citations issued against Tiger.”