Court documents revealed a man found Tiger Woods unconscious in his rolled-over SUV after the 15-time major winner crashed his vehicle near Los Angeles last Tuesday, according to the Stefanie Dazio of the Associated Press.
The man reportedly lives near the site of the crash and heard the rollover happen. He found an unresponsive Woods when he approached the SUV, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Johann Schloegl wrote in an affidavit.
The first officer on the scene reportedly said Woods was "calm and lucid" when he first found him and could answer basic questions.
Woods reportedly has since told investigators he doesn't know how the collision happened and doesn't remember driving that morning.
Law enforcement previously hadn't disclosed that Woods was unconscious following the crash.
Information about Woods being unconscious came in a statement of probable cause requesting that a search warrant be approved for Woods' SUV's black box. Deputy Schloegl requested the data.
“I believe the data will explain how/why the collision occurred,” Schloegl wrote.
The L.A. County Sheriff's Department initially stated the crash was "purely an accident," and there was no evidence of impairment.
Data from the vehicle's black box hasn't been released.
Woods underwent multiple surgeries to repair serious fractures to his lower right leg after the crash. He's currently recovering in Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles with no timeline of when he'll return home to Florida.