Tiger Woods was travelling at almost twice the legal speed limit at the time of his car accident, police investigating the incident have revealed.
Woods was released from hospital earlier this month after sustaining a number of serious injuries when his SUV overturned in Los Angeles on February 23.
The 45-year-old was the sole occupant in his vehicle which struck a median strip, rolled and came to a rest on its side near a steep road.
On the day of the accident he was seen on CCTV heading to a scheduled photoshoot and Captain James Powers of Lomita Station stated that Woods was "driving very normal, very slow. He made complete stops at two stop signs and stopped for a traffic signal before entering the highway."
Powers said the event data recorder from Woods' vehicle showed that its "acceleration pedal percentage was at 99 at all the areas of impact of the collision.
"There was no evidence of braking throughout this collision; it is speculated and believed that Tiger Woods inadvertently hit the accelerator instead of the brake pedal.
"He doesn't have any recollection of the incident."
In a statement on Twitter, Woods thanked the "good samaritans" who came to his aid and law enforcement officials and paramedics at the scene.