The main points of what triggered Tiger Woods’ automobile crash will solely be launched if the 15-time main winner offers permission for police to share their findings.

A trigger has been decided and the investigation is concluded, stated Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva.

Woods, 45, wanted surgical procedure after struggling a fractured leg and shattered ankle in the crash on 23 February.

“We’ve the contents of the black field, all the pieces accomplished, signed, sealed and delivered,” stated Villanueva.

“However we can not launch it with out the permission of the individuals concerned within the collision.”

Woods returned to his Florida house from hospital earlier this month, saying he would work on “getting stronger day-after-day”.

The American former world primary, who was recovering from again surgical procedure on the time of his accident, was discovered unconscious and together with his face and chin coated in blood on the scene.

Los Angeles police stated there was no proof Woods had been impaired by medication or alcohol on the time of the crash.

Following the crash, Villanueva stated Woods survived “what would in any other case have been a deadly crash” as a result of the inside of his automobile had remained largely intact.

When confirming on Wednesday that the investigation had been concluded, he added: “We’ve reached out to Tiger Woods and his personnel and there are some privateness points on releasing data on the investigation.

“We’re going to ask them if they will waive the privateness, after which we can do a full launch on all the data relating to the accident.”

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