Forensic Expert Reveals Shocking Cause Of Tiger Woods’ Car Crash

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A forensic expert has revealed what may turn out to be the true cause of Tiger Woods’ recent car crash.

According to Jonathan Cherney, an certified expert who is often employed to make courtroom testimony is car crash incidents, claimed that it appeared that Woods may have fallen asleep behind the wheel before his vehicle violently veered off the road.

As The New York Post reports:

The 45-year-old links legend was driving a 2021 Genesis GV80 alone when he veered across the median on Hawthorne Boulevard in Rancho Palos Verdes, went off the road and struck a tree — causing the car to roll over…

“To me, this is like a classic case of falling asleep behind the wheel, because the road curves and his vehicle goes straight,” Jonathan Cherney, a consultant who serves as an expert witness in court cases, told the news outlet.

The former police detective examined the crash site in person.

“It’s a drift off the road, almost like he was either unconscious, suffering from a medical episode or fell asleep and didn’t wake up until he was off the road and that’s where the brake application came in,” Cherney told USA Today.

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Neta
Neta
1 month ago

Has anyone asked him if he remembers what happen? Lots of guessing.

john
john
1 month ago
Reply to  Neta

What? Are you suggesting common sense? Oh my Gosh!

Annette McKinnon
Annette McKinnon
1 month ago
Reply to  john

Retrograde amnesia is very common in those who have serious accidents. He may never remember those moments directly prior to the crash.

David Crounse
1 month ago

But he should at least be asked. A whole lot of speculation going on without checking with Tiger to get his version of events. It’s been said the area where he crashed has a lot of crashes so it might simply be he was unfamiliar with the area.

trebor
trebor
1 month ago
Reply to  David Crounse

They did ask him and he said he couldnot remember anything about the accident. Guess he was asleep.

Billie Koetting
Billie Koetting
1 month ago
Reply to  David Crounse

He was asked at the scene after he was extricated from the vehicle by the responding officer, ‘How did the accident happen? He said he did not know.’ This was in one of the very first news article.

dnett
dnett
1 month ago
Reply to  Neta

Of course they have asked him. But I’m sure under advice from counsel he has answered that he doesn’t remember. Even if he did answer, I doubt that the Sheriff’s office is allowed to announce that publicly.

UnPCd1
UnPCd1
1 month ago
Reply to  Neta

I have a young relative that was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident. When asked in hospital what happened- he refused to even admit he was on a motorcycle. It wasn’t his and he’d borrowed it without asking. Many people unfortunately LIE as a way to avoid punishment

Gregg Iverson
Gregg Iverson
1 month ago
Reply to  Neta

He has said he doesn’t remember the crash, which is common in crashes.

dONNA
dONNA
1 month ago
Reply to  Neta

He hS ALREADY SAID HE DOESN’ REMEMBER!

DStrobel
DStrobel
1 month ago
Reply to  Neta

Tiger has already stated he doesn’t remember anything.

Craig Hoelzel
Craig Hoelzel
1 month ago

Could Tiger have been distracted by texting or looking at his cell phone?

Nine Island Girl
Nine Island Girl
1 month ago
Reply to  Craig Hoelzel

That was my first thought

Karen
1 month ago
Reply to  Craig Hoelzel

Seems more likely than falling asleep at 7 something in the morning.

Gregg Iverson
Gregg Iverson
1 month ago
Reply to  Craig Hoelzel

In an interview, a neighbor who lives about 50 ft East said at that point the road heads directly into the sun this time of year.

Mary
1 month ago
Reply to  Craig Hoelzel

the cell phone would of been the first thing they would of checked as it is dated and timed. Nothing has been said about cell phone so it is NO.

ri spr
ri spr
1 month ago

Tiggy wrecky.

Christine Getter
1 month ago

And there is really no way to prove this guesstimate

Merle
Merle
1 month ago

All this is nothing but possibilities, One thing for sure he was going to damn fast.

Dennis
Dennis
1 month ago

Of course, they asked him. He said he was sleeping. Hehe.

Dimitry Spiridon
1 month ago

Was in the morning, how can you fall asleep when you just got up only couple of hours early?

madmemere
madmemere
1 month ago

More questions than answers – -was he taking any kind of medication that can cause drowsiness (even allergy meds can do that); did he get a good night’s sleep, the previous night? Was he feeling perfectly well? In your 40’s and 50’s that’s not always the case.

catherene Avery
catherene Avery
1 month ago

Narcolepsy can happen at anytime and age.

Madeleine
Madeleine
1 month ago

Or the brakes on the car were Gypo’d?

Scotty
Scotty
1 month ago

Tiger, please hire a driver! Is that so hard?

Gene Klosinski
Gene Klosinski
1 month ago
Reply to  Scotty

He has more crashes than UFO Aliens.

Nine Island Girl
Nine Island Girl
1 month ago

I’m a wannabe golfer, haha. I understand Tiger is the best. But, this poor guy has had so many problems.
Maybe it’s time to call it a day and enjoy the millions. Just sayin

Madeleine
Madeleine
1 month ago

No I dont quite believe that story. Im more likely to think someone gypo’d the brakes as it was 7am and he was rushing to an appointment. He was loaned the car for a week?

Spurn
Spurn
1 month ago

DWI pain medication numerous back surgeries wreckers driving both are prosecutable. No wonder he doesn’t remember doesn’t want to.

Arthur T House
1 month ago

How about DUI?

ROBERT ' BOB' ELMORE
ROBERT ' BOB' ELMORE
1 month ago

Why is it shocking, he is human! Don’t care for your attention gitter!