A mysterious man who lives near the Tiger Woods accident site and who was first on the scene, found the 15-time Major winner unconscious in his SUV, authorities said in court documents.
Sheriff Alex Villanueva told reporters last week there was no indication Woods was impaired by alcohol or any other substances at the time of the incident, which is why no tests were taken and why no criminal charges were laid.
But the New York Post has revealed that the man who was first on the scene – but was not named in the court documents – found Woods unconscious.
The man lives near the site in Southern California’s Rolling Hills Estates, and was close enough to walk to the crash site, where he found Woods’ face and chin covered with blood, the documents said.
The paperwork added that the mystery good Samaritan tried to speak to Woods, but was unable to get a response.
By the time the first officers arrived, though, the 45-year-old had apparently come to.
He was “calm and lucid” as fire officials pulled him from the wreck, officials have said.
The same paperwork also indicated that Woods told officials that he couldn’t remember driving – and deputies had to tell him he had been in a crash.