Tiger Woods was speeding when he crashed an SUV in Southern California less than two months ago, leaving the golf superstar seriously injured, authorities said on Wednesday. Woods was driving 84-87 mph on a downhill stretch of road outside Los Angeles that had a speed limit of 45 mph, Los Angeles county sheriff Alex Villanueva said. Detectives did not seek search warrants for the athlete’s blood samples, which could have been screened for drugs or alcohol, or his cellphone. Sheriff’s officials said there was no evidence of impairment or of distracted driving.
Police say speeding seen as cause in Tiger Woods car crash – video
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