Cops Will Try To Talk To Tiger Woods On Sunday

Nov. 27 2009, Published 6:14 a.m. ET

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The Florida Highway Patrol has set 3 pm Sunday for the agency's third attempt to interview Tiger Woods and his wife about his SUV crash, has learned. Troopers were turned away at the door Saturday afternoon by Woods' agent.

"The Florida Highway Patrol has received information that Tiger Woods and his wife were not available to be interviewed by state troopers as we had previously scheduled," Sgt. Kim Montes said in a statement obtained by

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"This annoncement came from his agent. Troopers were asked to return tomorrow (November 29th). This is an ongoing crash investigation....the Florida Highway Patrol is the sole agency investigating this traffic crash."

Saturday's interview had been scheduled after Elin turned the troopers away Friday night, saying her husband was "sleeping."

Saturday morning, with her dog by her side, Elin drove away from the couple's Central Fliorida estate.


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