Daily uk news Tiger Woods will receive NO citation despite going up to 87MPH in a 45mph zone after 'panicking' and flooring the accelerator instead of braking before near-fatal crash because 'nobody witnessed him speeding' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Los Angeles County sheriff revealed today that excessive speed of 84 to 87 mph in a 45mph zone caused Tiger Woods' near-fatal crash in California on February 23.

Daily uk news Tiger Woods will receive NO citation despite going up to 87MPH in a 45mph zone after 'panicking' and flooring the accelerator instead of braking before near-fatal crash because 'nobody witnessed him speeding' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Los Angeles County sheriff revealed today that excessive speed of 84 to 87 mph in a 45mph zone caused Tiger Woods' near-fatal crash in California on February 23.

Daily uk news  Tiger Woods will receive NO citation despite going up to 87MPH in a 45mph zone after 'panicking' and flooring the accelerator instead of braking before near-fatal crash because 'nobody witnessed him speeding' PremierLeague-News.Com
07 April 2021 - 18:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Tiger Woods was traveling at almost double the speed limit of 45mph when he crashed an SUV in Southern California less than two months ago, the Los Angeles County sheriff revealed on Wednesday.Woods, 45, was driving 84 to 87mph on a downhill stretch of road outside Los Angeles on February 23, Sheriff Alex Villanueva said during a press conference announcing the results of the crash investigation. Officials said that the golfing champion was 'dazed and confused' at the scene, and added that he had no recollection of the accident after the fact. No traffic citations were issued because no one witnessed Woods speeding. During the press conference, the sheriff repeatedly and vehemently denied that the athlete has received any special treatment.   The stretch of Hawthorne Boulevard is known for wrecks and drivers hitting speeds so high that there is an emergency exit for runaway vehicles just beyond where Woods crashed. Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva revealed during a press conference on Wednesday that Tiger Woods was driving at speeds of 84 to 87 mph in a 45mph zone before his near-fatal crash This diagram shows the path of Woods' SUV (yellow line) as he accelerated and struck a media on Hawthorne Boulevard  Pictured: LASD investigators at the scene of the crash in the Los Angeles suburb of Rancho Palos Verdes on February 23Villanueva blamed the crash solely on excessive speed and Woods’ loss of control behind the wheel. Sheriff’s Capt. James Powers said there was no evidence that the golfer braked throughout the wreck and that it’s believed Woods 'panicked' and inadvertently floored the accelerator instead of hitting the brake pedal.Detectives did not seek search warrants for the athlete’s blood samples, which could have been screened for drugs or alcohol, or his cellphone for evidence that he might have been texting. Sheriff’s officials said there was no evidence of impairment or of distracted driving to give them probable cause.Investigators, however, did search the SUV’s data recorder, known as a black box, in the days after the crash. The announcement comes just a week after Villanueva said the department would not release details of the cause, citing unspecified privacy concerns for the golf star. It comes just a week after LASD chief Alex Villanueva (left) said the department would not release details of the cause, citing unspecified privacy concerns for Tiger Woods (right), despite detectives having the answer. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Meet the schoolboy, EIGHT, who's better at Scrabble than... Matt Gaetz's communication director Luke Ball RESIGNS 'out... Share this article Share Analysis of the data recorder of the 2021 Genesis GV80 SUV, known as a black box, is said to show Woods accelerated at the time of the crash  on February 23, the sources claim. They added that in the moment Tiger lost control, the SUV gained speed.  Villanueva previously declined to say what data had been found on the black box. Detectives were, however, not able to get a warrant to the golf pro's cellphone to understand if Woods had been on his phone at the time of the crash, it is claimed. They said there were concerns detectives did not have a probable cause to get the warrant.Villanueva has been criticized for his handling of the probe. He declined to ask a drug recognition expert to examine Woods immediately after the crash in order to test for possible signs of impairment.Villanueva announced on the day of the accident that Woods was driving alone in good weather, and that his deputies 'did not see any evidence of impairment.'  The following day, the sheriff said the crash was 'purely an accident,' and therefore there had been no need to bring in a drug-recognition expert, or a DRE.   Woods is pictured with his 2021 Genesis GV80 SUV before he wrecked it A screenshot from surveillance video recorded on February 23 shows Woods driving the SUV on Hawthorne Boulevard just minutes before the crash  Police say Woods was travelling at a high speed when he hit a raised median, smashed through a wooden road sign, splintered a tree and then rolled his SUV off the wrong side of the road where it came to rest at the bottom of an embankment The sheriff is expected to reveal that Woods was doing 83mph in a 45mph speed zone before the rollover crash  But according to several forensic experts who spoke to USA Today Sports, based on the evidence in the case, including an affidavit from a resident who was the first to arrive at the scene of the crash, the legendary golfer was possibly inattentive or asleep when the SUV went into the median instead of staying in his lane.Woods told deputies - both at the wreckage and later at the hospital - that he did not know how the crash occurred and didn’t remember driving, according to the affidavit that was filed earlier this month. Woods suffered serious injuries in the crash when he struck a raised median at around 7am in Rolling Hills Estates, just outside of Los Angeles. The Genesis SUV he was driving crossed through two oncoming lanes and uprooted a tree on a downhill stretch that police said is known for wrecks. Woods is in Florida recovering from multiple surgeries.He was unconscious when a witness first approached the mangled SUV. But a sheriff's deputy said the athlete later appeared to be in shock but was conscious and able to answer basic questions.

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.   Investigators did not seek a search warrant for Woods' blood samples, which could be screened for drugs and alcohol. Charles Schack, a former New Hampshire state police trooper who is now president of Crash Experts, which analyzes traffic accidents, told USA Today that it would have made sense for deputies to invite a DRE to evaluate Woods for signs of impairment.'To an untrained person, sometimes the effects are a bit more subtle, and require a bit more in-depth examination to bring out the evidence of impairment,' Schack said. In his statement to the press a day after the crash, Villanueva explained that no field sobriety test was administered to Woods and no DRE was brought in because the start athlete had shown no signs of impairment whatsoever. 'He was lucid, no odor of alcohol, no evidence of any medication, narcotics or anything like that would bring that into question,' said the sheriff. 'So that was not a concern at the time.' In 2017, Woods checked himself into a clinic for help in dealing with prescription drug medication after a DUI charge in his home state of Florida.Detectives, however, did obtain a search warrant for the data recorder of the 2021 Genesis GV80 SUV, known as a black box. Villanueva would not say Wednesday last week what data had been found in the black box.'A cause has been determined, the investigation has concluded,' Villanueva said during a live social media event Wednesday in response to a question posed by The Associated Press.But Villanueva claimed investigators need permission from Woods - who previously named his yacht 'Privacy' - to release information about the crash.'We have reached out to Tiger Woods and his personnel,' Villanueva said. 'There's some privacy issues on releasing information on the investigation so we're going to ask them if they waive the privacy and then we will be able to do a full release on all the information regarding the accident.' Several accident reconstruction specialists have questioned the Los Angeles County sheriff's decision to not bring in a drug recognition expert to assess Tiger Woods after last month's crash. Pictured: a law enforcement officer looks over Wood's mangled SUV  Experts claimed that evidence in the case, including lack of skid marks on the roadway that would have indicated the driver's attempt to brake, suggests that Woods possibly dozed offWoods' agent at Excel Sports, Mark Steinberg, did not immediately respond to an email.'We have all the contents of the black box, we've got everything,' Villanueva said. 'It's completed, signed, sealed and delivered. However, we can't release it without the permission of the people involved in the collision."Greg Risling, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles County district attorney, said in an email Wednesday that no complaints against Woods had been filed through their office regarding the crash.Villanueva's statement about privacy issues did not make sense to Joseph Giacalone, a professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a retired New York City Police Department sergeant, who has criticized the sheriff's response to the Woods incident from the start.'I don't think I've ever seen a department ever ask for permission like that,' he said.'What happens if his lawyers say "No, you can't send it out now." And then where does that leave us?' Villanueva stressed that the champion golfer received no special treatment from his agency after crashing his loaned SUV in the Rancho Palos Verdes suburb of LA on February 23 Giacalone said it's unlikely that deputies would have sought the permission of non-celebrity victims in similar crashes to release information. If the sheriff's hesitancy stemmed from a potential medical episode behind the wheel, Giacalone said authorities could simply say it was a medical emergency without giving additional details.'I don't think they would have asked any family member of us if they can come out with it,' he said.Woods is from the Los Angeles area and was back home to host his PGA tournament, the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club, which ended two days before the crash. He was driving an SUV loaned to him by the tournament.Woods has never gone an entire year without playing, dating back to his first PGA Tour event as a 16-year-old in high school.Jonathan Cherney, a former police detective-turned-accident reconstruction expert who walked the scene after the crash, said evidence in the case, including lack of skid marks on the roadway that would have indicated the driver's attempt to brake, suggests that Woods possibly dozed off behind the wheel.  Cherney said the fact that Woods twice told deputies he couldn’t remember driving at all 'absolutely' is a clue pointing to impairment.If a DRE had been brought in to question Woods about medications and check his vital signs, and ordered a blood test at the hospital, it could have resulted in a misdemeanor driving under the influence charge, had the results showed drugs in his system.  LASD sheriff’s Deputy Johann Schloegl previously told USA Today Sports that he did not seek a search warrant for Woods’ blood samples because there was no probable cause to do so, other than Woods' history.  Read more: Tiger Woods Crash Caused By Speed, Lots of Unanswered Questions DM.later('bundle', function(){ DM.has('external-source-links', 'externalLinkTracker'); });

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