The Florida Highway Patrol announced Tuesday it would not be pursuing an investigation into the Tiger Woods accident last week.
Woods was issued a "careless driving citation," however, but that's a relative slap on the wrist and essentially the equivalent of Tiger driving around Orlando without his seatbelt. Most importantly, perhaps, the FHP stated that "there are no claims of domestic violence by any individual."
Woods faces a fine of up to $164 and four points against his driver's license.
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Earlier in the press conference, FHP Major Cindy Williams told a news conference in Orlando:
The Florida Highway Patrol has concluded its investigation of the vehicle crash involving Mr. Tiger Woods. The investigation has determined that Mr. Woods is at fault in the crash. This afternoon, FHP issued a uniform traffic citation for careless driving to Mr. Woods.
Any person operating a vehicle upon the streets and highways within the state is required by law to drive in a careful and prudent manner so as not to endanger the life, limb, or property of any person. Failure to drive in such a manner is defined as careless driving. Careless driving is a moving violation and upon conviction may result in a fine of $164 and four points on a driver's record.