Police have concluded their investigation into what brought about Tiger Woods‘ automobile crash. Nonetheless, the authorities are protecting that data to themselves.
In a digital media briefing held Wednesday, March 31, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva mentioned investigators have been in a position to decide the reason for the pro golfer’s car accident on Feb. 23, however declined to launch their conclusion citing privateness considerations.
Villanueva added that they’ve requested Woods’ workforce for permission to do a “full launch on all the data relating to the accident,” together with what they discovered from the automobile’s black field.
On March 16, Woods confirmed he was discharged from the hospital following multiple procedures and is recovering from injuries sustained within the crash. He wrote on Twitter, “Pleased to report that I’m again and persevering with my restoration. I’m so grateful for the outpouring of help and encouragement that I’ve acquired over the previous few weeks.”