New audio released from Woods car crash investigation


ORLANDO, Fla. – New audio recordings are being released from the Tiger Woods car crash investigation.

In one recording released on Thursday, Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Josh Evans tells a dispatcher that the golfer wasn’t doing anything he shouldn’t have been doing. The trooper also says that Woods had only minor injuries.

The patrol has already closed its investigation into the Nov. 27 crash outside the central Florida mansion of Woods and his wife, Elin. Woods was charged with careless driving and fined $164.

Woods has taken an indefinite leave from golf after he admitted marital infidelity.