Tiger Woods mistakenly thought he was in Florida when the golfer was interviewed by police after his latest high-speed automotive crash in Los Angeles, in line with a report.
A 22-page police report into the incident, obtained by USA TODAY Sports activities, confirmed when Deputy Kyle Sullivan interviewed Woods in hospital after the crash, he instructed him he didn’t keep in mind something about what had occurred – and that he thought he was within the state of Florida.
The accident, which left Woods with shattered bones in his proper leg, occurred after he had been driving at more than 80mph – nearly twice the speed limit.
The 45-year-old’s automotive hit a kerb after which a tree earlier than rolling a number of occasions close to the Rolling Hills Estates.
He was driving at 75mph when he careered into the tree, having presumably hit the accelerator as an alternative of the brake.
No different autos had been concerned.
Deputy Sullivan interviewed Woods whereas medics had been stitching a wound to the golfer’s face.
“I requested (Woods) if he is ready to inform me about what occurred concerning the visitors collision,” he wrote within the report.
Woods “instructed me he didn’t keep in mind being concerned in a visitors collision”, it provides.
“(Woods) thought he was presently within the state of Florida.”
The report additionally revealed the legendary golfer’s blood stress was “too low to manage any sort of ache remedy” shortly after the crash.
Police didn’t search a warrant for a blood pattern from the sportsman, nor did they search entry to his telephone.
The information recorder from Woods’ car – a 2021 Genesis GV80 SUV – was examined, nonetheless.