Tiger Woods has no recollection of the accident, which left his right leg shattered and unaware of how badly he was injured when he was the first deputy senior.
“He was asked about it by investigators at the hospital and had no recollection of the accident himself,” LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva told CNN. According to the Times of London.
Sheriff’s deputy Carlos Gonzalez, who first arrived at the scene, Told NBC’s “Today” On Wednesday that golf legend was calm, but unaware of how badly she was hurt.
“I don’t think he was aware of how seriously he was injured at the time. Gonzalez said, it could be a mixture of adrenaline, it could be a shock.
“Again it was too early, the moment I came from the moment he rolled, so I don’t know if he had time to fully assess his injuries,” said Gonzalez, who was on a 911 call Came six minutes later. .
The deputy said he did not notice any shortages at the site.
“At the scene, we are looking for evidence of intoxication such as the smell of an alcoholic beverage or an open container or prescription drug,” he said.
“At this time we did not see anything beyond this in terms of debility and medical toxicology,” Gonzalez said.
He said the 45-year-old golf icon remained calm as he asked assessment questions before determining whether the fire department needed to call him to help.
“I have seen collisions that do not look as severe as where the occupants were more seriously injured,” he said. “I think this is just a testament to the fact that he was wearing a seatbelt, the airbag was intended and modern vehicles are far safer than before.”
Gonzalez wore his body camera while interacting with Woods and the footage should be available in the near future, According to USA Today.
Woods faces a long road to recovery that includes extensive physical therapy and additional operations, medical experts have told The Post.
Villanueva reiterated on Wednesday that there was no indication of a criminal offense as he announced that no charges were being considered in the crash.
When asked about the possibility of a reckless driving charge, Villanueva said there was no evidence that Woods’ accident met the criteria for the accident.
“The reckless driving charge has a lot of elements,” he said. “This is purely an accident.