The L.A Sheriff’s department has finally released the details surrounding Tiger Woods’ car crash that took place in February.
At first, it was unclear whether the Sheriff’s department would release its findings because Woods would have to give his permission. Sheriff Alex Villanueva informed reporters that the champion golfer was driving at “unsafe speeds for road conditions.”
“Woods was driving 84 to 87 mph on a downhill stretch of road where the posted limit was 45 mph,” Villanueva said. He would continue by addressing the criticism that Woods was receiving special treatment ever since the incident.
“Without signs of impairment, we can not execute a search warrant, that is not preferential treatment.”
The Hollywood Reporter states that while he was in the hospital, Woods told the cops that he was not drinking nor did he take any medication. Woods was not cited for the crash and there were no witnesses involved.
Tiger Woods is currently at home recovering from his injuries.