ORLANDO, Fla. — The Florida Highway Patrol has released a report detailing the events during the early morning hours of Nov. 27 after Tiger Woods crashed in front of his Isleworth mansion.
A neighbor told FHP that Woods’ wife, Elin Nordegren, went in the ambulance with her husband, but two Windermere police officers reported the opposite.According to reports released Friday by FHP, the officers were told by a paramedic that Nordegren tried to ride in the ambulance with her husband following the crash, but she was not allowed because the incident involved domestic violence.
According to Cpl. Thomas Dewitt of FHP, Windermere police officers Jason Sipos and Brandon McDonnell responded to the crash and told him what the scene looked like when they arrived.”As the paramedics loaded (Woods) into a Health Central ambulance one of the crew stated that (Woods’) wife could not get in the ambulance because this was a domestic,” the FHP report said.McDonnell said he did not know where they (the paramedics) got that information because he had never heard that from anyone at the scene of the crash.
Sipos said he saw Woods lying on the ground with a blanket covering him and a blanket under his head, with Nordegren hovering over him. He said Woods was unconscious and unresponsive.Sipos said there was no smell of alcohol on Woods, but when paramedics asked Nordegren about medications, she retrieved two bottles of Vicodin.Witnesses and officers described the injuries to Woods’ lip as minor.
Woods has publicly denied that his wife injured him.The report released Friday includes FHP interviews with several witnesses, police officers, lawyers and hospital employees.Since the crash, a slew of women have come forward alleging affairs with the pro golfer. He has since admitted to infidelity and undergone treatment for sex addiction.
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