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Well, tonight, we're hearing from Tiger Woods after the L.A. sheriff said excessive speed caused that devastating crash that left the golf star badly injured just nearly two months ago. Police say Woods was going more than 40 miles an hour over the speed limit and lost control at the curve. CBS's Carter Evans has the new details. Investigators say Tiger Woods was going 87 miles per hour when he lost control. The primary causal factor for this traffic collision was driving at a speed unsafe for ...
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