CAUSE OF TIGER WOODS’ CRASH LIKELY SOLVED
The cause of Tiger Woods’ car crash may have been identified. Sheriff Alex Villanueva announced Wednesday that Woods was traveling 82 mph in a 45 mph zone at the time of the crash that left Woods with multiple injuries. Because of the absence of any evidence of breaking at the scene of the accident it is also uncertain whether Woods was even awake at the time of the accident. Fortunately, the crash was a single-vehicle one, and no one other than Woods was hurt.
The accident, however, is not the first in Woods’ troubled driving history. In 2009, Woods was involved in a motor vehicle collision with his 1997 Escalade where he crashed into a fire hydrant at 2:30 am. The crash came two days after the National Enquirer published a story about an affair Woods was having with a New York night club hostess.
According to Villanueva, Woods will not be given a citation, nor was blood sample obtained for drug testing at the scene. Woods is 44 years old.