TIGER Woods was unconscious when he was found in his mangled car, court papers reveal.
It comes from the account of a man who lives nearby and was first at the scene.
The legal papers come from a police court request to seize the “black box” from Woods’ car to retrieve its data.
He told cops that Woods did not respond to him, though the first officer who arrived could by then answer simple questions.
It is not known what that data revealed.
Woods, 45, crashed his SUV near LA early on February 23, shattering his right leg, which needed extensive surgery.
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Sheriff Alex Villanueva has said the 15-time Major winner was driving alone in good weather.
There was no evidence of impairment and the crash purely an accident.
He was not blood-tested for drugs or alcohol.
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