When Tiger Woods rushed in Southern California last week, he told the deputy of the Sheriff that he had no memory of driving or as the accident happened after a Los Angeles County Affidavit for a search command of the black box of the vehicle.
The accident happened on February 23 in Rancho Palos Verdes, near Los Angeles, shortly after 7 o’clock Pt, when his Genesis SUV hit a “Welcome to Rolling Hills Estates” sign, crossed a center divider, and more than 150 Meter over the shoulder of the road traveled by tuft and uprooting tree before he comes on the driver’s side, depending on the affidavit.
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Tiger Woods took injuries and cuts into his face and several fractures and composite fractures on his right leg according to the affidavit.
“The deputies asked him how the collision occurred. The driver [Tiger Woods] said he did not know he did not even remember driving,” read the affidavit. “The driver was treated for his injuries in the hospital and was asked there as the collision occurred. He repeated that he did not know, and did not remember driving. Deputy Johann Schloegl, the traffic collision investigator to crash, wrote in the affidavit. There was no evidence that wood has been affected by drugs or alcohol,” according to first responder interviews quoted by the Eidstattten explanation.
The SUV was provided by the sponsor of the golf tournament he had done last weekend. The Sheriff’s Office of La County told CNN in a statement this week a search command for the Black Box in the courtesy vehicle.
It’s unclear whether Tiger Woods will be under criminal investigation as a result.