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Woods on crash: ‘This situation is my fault’

In this article, Tiger Woods was involved in a car accident in the early morning hours outside his home. Woods has cancelled several interviews with investigators looking into the crash. He hit a fire hydrant and then a tree. His wife heard the crash and ran out to come see what happend. She broke the rearview window with a golf club and pulled Woods out.

Woods has cancelled several interviews because he said, “This is a private matter, and I want to keep it that way.” Under Florida law, he is not required to give a statement about the crash. Tiger Woods wants to protect the privacy of his family and he should have that right. We have a right to privacy and he doesnt want to expose his family to ridacule and the media. Any comments?

http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/11/29/tiger.woods/index.html

AB

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  1. lindz617
    November 30, 2009 at 10:43 am

    Woods is doing a good thing by protecting his family and image from the media but he’s making a bigger deal about it and drawing more attention to himself by not doing the interviews. He must have done someting stupid or was drinking or doing drugs. Because if it was just an accident, hitting a fire hidrant and a tree then Woods should just say so as to not make this whole thing such a big deal. Almost everybody has had an “accident” noone is perfect if it happens then you learn from it. If this truly was an accident yea im sure it was embarrasing but just say it was an accident, Woods is drawing more negative attention that he did something wrong while driving to hit a fire hidrant and a tree.

  2. jthomason16
    December 1, 2009 at 1:23 am

    I believe that as a global icon Woods owes it to the public to explain the accident. I do believe in personal privacy but i believe that by not commenting he is only making the situation seem more questionable.

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