Police have the results of Tiger's accident ... but cannot make them public

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said they have completed the investigation but need the golfer's permission to release the information.


The cause of the car accident that Tiger Woods suffered on February 23 has already been determined, as announced by Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva. However, details have not been made public.

"We have spoken with Tiger Woods and his relatives," Villanueva said in an online press conference. "There are some privacy issues when it comes to disclosing information about the investigation, so we will ask if you give up this privacy and then we can fully disclose all information related to the accident"

According to USA Today Villanueva added. "You have an accident and also deliberate acts. It is an accident, okay"

Woods, 45, suffered serious leg injuries in a car accident that only affected his vehicle on February 23 near the border between Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes, in the state of California. His car, a Geneis SUV, contains a black each that includes detailed driving information.

"We have the contents of the black box, we have everything," said Villanueva. "The investigation is complete, signed, sealed and delivered. However, we cannot make it public without the permission of the person involved in the collision"

Woods, who was found unconscious after the accident, previously told police that he did not recall driving this morning. He was admitted to two hospitals before being discharged in mid-March so that he could go home and continue with rehabilitation there. Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, has yet to comment on Villanueva's words this Wednesday.

Photos from as.com

Powered by Blogger.