By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to an affidavit, PGA golfer Tiger Woods was unconscious when he was found by a man, who lives near the crash site, in California. After hearing the accident, the man — who was not identified — walked over to the SUV.
Once near the mangled Genesis, the man told the authorities that the golfing legend was not responding to any questions from the late February accident. However, Carlos Gonzalez, the first deputy on the scene, said that Woods did talk to him.
Woods is not clear what happened to him. New information suggests that Woods was unconscious immediately after the accident.
The authorities have requested the data recorder from his Genesis SUV. The police want information from February 22nd and February 23rd.
“I believe the data will explain how/why the collision occurred,” Los Angeles County sheriff’s Deputy Johann Schloegl said.
At this time, it is not known what information the authorities may have received from the data recorder.
Woods had been in the area for the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club. He was supposed to meet with Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert and New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees in a content shoot shortly before the accident.
Previously, Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva said that the wreck was ‘purely an accident.’
Woods is recovering from his injuries. He had to have his right leg entirely reconstructed.
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