Tiger Woods crash investigation shows he never hit brake: report

Tiger Woods may never have hit the brake during his devastating rollover crash last month.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ there’s no evidence so far showing Woods slowed down as he veered off the road — and it looks as though Woods never even took his foot off the gas.

The LA County Sheriff’s Department has been studying Woods’ SUV, the crash site and evidence including data from the SUV’s black box. So far, they haven’t found proof that Woods tried to stop the vehicle once he lost control of it, TMZ said.

Woods, 45, was conscious and alert as he was pulled out through the front windshield of the crumbled luxury SUV following the wreck in Rancho Palos Verdes but has said he doesn’t remember the accident.

The Sheriff’s Department did not elaborate on the TMZ report.

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Woods has said he doesn’t remember the accident.
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“We are not releasing any further information at this time,” an agency spokesman told the Post Saturday.