The cause of Tiger Woods’ February car crash in California has been revealed. Authorities announced on Wednesday that excessive speed was to blame.
After conducting an investigation, authorities said Woods was driving around 84-87 mph in a downhill section of road with a posted speed limit of 45 mph. According to the Associated Press, the portion of the road where Woods crashed is known for being dangerous.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said the February 23 crash was attributable only to speed and Woods losing control. Another official said its investigation yielded no determination that Woods hit the brakes during the crash. Instead, he accidentally hit the accelerator, the official said.
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