L.A. Sheriff: Excessive Speed Caused Tiger Woods’ Crash

‘At the time of the first contact with the center median, he was going anywhere between 84 and 87 miles an hour’

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VILLANUEVA: "Well, we have video of him entering the vehicle, driving, obeying all the rules of the road, and up to the point where Hawthorne Boulevard going northbound is a straightaway, it starts going downhill, then it curves to the right. And at the time of the first contact with the center median, he was going anywhere between 84 and 87 miles an hour. And that speed is unsafe for the road conditions. So that is the first cause. The second is, he went in a straight line where the road curved to the right. And then, by the time he crossed the median, hit the sign, hit the west side of the road, the curb and a tree, he was going about 75 miles an hour. So this is the evidence that came out of the black box."

(via Fox News)

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