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The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office released the accident report, which shows that the legendary golfer reached a speed of 135-140 km / h during the collision at the separation fence

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Tiger Woods continues to recover at home from the serious accident he survived and tonight (Wednesday) new details from the serious accident of the legendary golfer are revealed.

Woods, who was seriously injured in a car accident in Los Angeles on February 23, underwent surgery on his legs after his vehicle overturned and crashed.

Tonight (Wednesday), the Los Angeles County Sheriff released the comprehensive report of the accident investigation which shows that Woods, who lost control of his car, was traveling at a much higher speed than allowed. Km / h during the collision with the separation fence.

It should be noted that the speed limit on the same road is 45 miles per hour (72 mph). The sheriff added that at the time of the collision the speedometer stood at 112 mph.

As you may recall, two weeks ago it was reported that traffic examiners found no evidence of Woods' braking attempt and it appears that the golfer did not press the brakes at all, contrary to reports immediately after the serious accident.

TMZ Sports further stated that Woods was driving normally and no evidence was found that he had taken his foot off the gas or taken an unusual action to "prevent the crash after losing control of the vehicle".

Woods, who suffered two fractures in his right leg following the crash, told police officers at the scene of the accident that he did not remember anything from the moment of the crash.

Source: israelhayom

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