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Tiger Woods Will Not Face Criminal Charges Over Car Crash, Sheriff Says It Was 'Purely An Accident'

OK! Magazine Wednesday, 24 February 2021
Tiger Woods Will Not Face Criminal Charges Over Car Crash, Sheriff Says It Was 'Purely An Accident'The Los Angeles County Sheriff confirmed Tiger Woods will not face criminal charges over the car crash that left him with serious injuries.
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