The L.A. County Sheriff's Department released the finding of its investigation into a crash in which gold legend Tiger Woods lost control of his Genesis GV80 SUV in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.. Woods also forfeit his right to privacy and the accident report was released to the public.
Authorities say Woods was driving at an excessive 83 MPH in a 45 MPH zone and the speed was the sole cause of the crash.
The black box obtained from the SUV shows Tiger hit the accelerater at the time of the crash and actually gained speed just before losing control of the vehicle.
Law enforcement were unable to get a warrant to check Wood's phone to determine if the wreck was caused by texting or distracted driving. The Sheriff's Department did not find probable cause to get a warrant for Tiger's cell phone records even though that is standard procedure for these types of incidents.
It was previously reported that the Sheriff confirmed there were no signs of Woods being under the influence of any kind of drugs or alcohol, although the sports superstar never had his blood drawn and tested.
Tiger told first responders he had no memory of the accident but he still suffered traumatic injuries to his right leg which required surgery to fix.
Tiger is now out of the hospital and recovering in Florida. He currently has no charges against him.