Updated April 7, 2021 at 2:51 PM ET Tiger Woods crashed in February because he was driving at an unsafe speed and was unable to negotiate a curve on the road, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said Wednesday. The legendary golfer sustained a compound fracture to one leg in addition to other injuries in the single-vehicle crash Feb. 23 in the Los Angeles area. "Estimated speeds at the first area of impact were 84 to 87 mph, and the final estimated speed when the vehicle struck the tree was 75 mph," Sheriff Alex Villanueva told reporters as he announced the department's findings about the cause of the crash. The posted speed on the road was 45 mph, Capt. James Powers said later. He suggested a factor that may have contributed to the crash:...
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Tiger Woods Crash Caused By Unsafe Speed, LA County Sheriff Says