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OFFICIAL DOCUMENT: Cops Release Tiger Woods Crash Report, Driving Was Even More Erratic Than Reported

Dec. 2 2009, Published 5:45 a.m. ET

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Tiger Woods’ early morning crash was a wild ride that featured the golfing great driving over concrete curbs several times and smashing his car three times, the official police report reveals.

Florida Highway Patrol released the report Wednesday and it sheds more light about what happened on November 27, showing that Tiger’s driving was even more erratic than earlier reports indicated.

According to the report Tiger pulled out of his driveway and drove over a concrete curb onto a grass median. He then swerved left, drove over the concrete curb again and onto a grass shoulder on Deacon Circle.

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The report states: “As a result, the right side of vehicle one collided with a row of hedges.”

Tiger then swerved back to the left, attempting to get back on the street, but he went across Deacon Circle and jumped another concrete curb and onto another grass shoulder, where he smashed into a fire hydrant.

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Undaunted, Tiger kept going, crossed over a neighbor’s driveway and smashed into a tree.

So yes that’s three collisions in one short ride: (1) Hedges (2) Fire hydrant and (3) Tree.

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Police list the time of crash at 2:31 a.m. and an officer arrived on the scene at 3:01 a.m.

The report is bound to raise new questions about what happened that night as it shows Tiger’s driving was far more erratic than anyone has known up until now.



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