Tiger Woods believed that he was in Florida



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Tiger Woods believed that he was in Florida

Tiger Woods thought he was in Florida after crashing his car last February. A 22-pages report on the California accident reveals it. The document also states that the athlete's blood pressure was so low that it was not even possible to administer painkillers.

In addition, an empty unlabeled drug pack was found in a backpack. It is therefore not known what type of medicine it contained.

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Still according to the car's black box data, Woods made no attempt to swerve to avoid the midline and thus go off the road.

"If he had braked to reduce speed - said Sergeant Michael Downing, the agent who prepared the report - he would not have ended up against the midline and the accident would not have occurred" According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff, the crash was caused by speeding.

Woods drove at around 140km / h in an area where the permitted limit is 72km / h. There is also no sign that Woods braked before going off the road. Woods has sustained multiple fractures in his right leg and it is still unclear whether he will be able to return to the golf courses again.

Speeding was the cause of the Tiger Woods crash on February 23rd. This was revealed by Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva. According to the results of the report, Woods was driving at around 140 km / h in an area where the permitted limit is 72 km / h.

There is also no sign that Woods braked before going off the road. The investigation into the cause of the accident was closed about a week ago, however it could not be made public without the athlete's permission, under California law.

Tiger Woods congratulated Stanford after the Cardinal beat Arizona 54-53 in the 2021 NCAA women's basketball championship. "Congratulations to the entire @StanfordWBB team and to Coach VanDerveer. What a win. Home of Champions!

Go Card!" Before winning 15 major titles, Tiger Woods was the individual national champion while representing Stanford at the 1996 NCAA tournament. He also won three straight U.S. Amateur titles, the last two of which came when he was enrolled at the school.