U.S. officials called the Tiger Woods crash site a “crash site”.

Woods drove violently out of the way near the Palos Verdes Peninsula in the Los Angeles area on Tuesday morning.

The area is hilly.

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Woods drove out under a steep hill at a point where there are widenings on the side of the road for heavy vehicles having difficulty controlling their car after a downhill.

The place has become known for its fatal crashes.

In addition, severe speeding has been measured on the road.

Tiger Woods' car was destroyed in the Palos Verdes area of ​​California. Photo: Abc News / Zuma

“Apparently the first contact was on the middle platform of the road, from where the car crashed over the opposite lane, hit a curb and a tree and spun around the slope several times,” County Sheriff Alex Villanueva commented at the press conference.

The car ended up on its side, several tens of meters from the point of impact.

Tiger Woods' car was badly wrecked in Tuesday morning's accident. Photo: Gene Blevins / Zuma

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According to the sheriff, Woods was driving at a “harder speed than normal” at the time of the accident.

The golfer did not appear to be intoxicated.

According to Villanueva, it does not appear that Woods tried to slow down the speed of his car before a fatal run-out.

“Woods was very lucky to survive,” Deputy Sheriff Carlos Gonzales told news agency AFP.

Woods' right leg broke at several points in the rush.Photo: KNBC

Woods has since been cut and awakened from his anesthesia.

He bends at a Los Angeles hospital.

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Woods, 45, has won the golf major tournament 15 times in his career.

Woods was arrested in 2017 after falling asleep at the wheel of a car.

He explained falling asleep at the time by taking prescription drugs that made him fall asleep.

Woods' car moved several tens of meters after the collision. Photo: KNBC