However, Los Angeles police refuse to release the results alleging ‘privacy issues’
Police investigators from The Angels completed investigations into the cause of car accident that involved the golfer Tiger Woods on the 23rd of February. According to the website ‘TMZ Sports’, the sheriff involved in the case, Alex Villanueva, was the one who broke the news about the closure of the investigations, but did not disclose the results for ‘privacy reasons’. “A cause has been determined, the investigation has been completed,” said Villanueva. “We contacted Tiger Woods and his people. There are some privacy issues with the release of information, so let’s ask them if they renounce privacy and then we will be able to make a full release on all the information about the accident, ”he said.
According to sources heard by TMZ, the police would have indications that Woods did not step on the brake at any time after the car left the road and fell on a bluff. There is also no evidence that he took his foot off the accelerator. In other words, the researchers believe that the golfer would have done nothing to prevent the accident. The police did not ask toxicological tests Woods after the accident because there was no evidence that he was drunk or drugged. In addition, the authorities have also denied that he is responding to criminal charges for what happened.
Tiger Woods had serious injuries to his legs, with open fractures to the right of the tibia and upper and lower fibula, which required emergency surgery with doctors from Harbor-UCLA. The professionals put a rod to stabilize Woods’ leg and screws to treat the ankle. The athlete is already at home and is following his recovery process, which doctors say is long.