Tiger Woods, wife unavailable for interview - Police
Tiger Woods and his wife were unavailable to speak to state troopers for the second straight day, asking them to return Sunday to clear up questions about how he crashed his SUV into a neighbor's tree, AP reported.
Troopers first tried to talk to Woods on Friday, but the Florida Highway Patrol said his wife, Elin, told troopers Woods was sleeping, and they agreed to return the next day.
On Saturday, the patrol said officers were en route to interview the couple when Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, called to say they wouldn't be available.
Patrol spokesman Sgt. Kim Montes said Woods is not required to talk to troopers in a traffic accident; they only need his driver's license, insurance and registration. She said troopers inside the gates at Isleworth were "looking at other things for their investigation."
Woods smashed his Cadillac near his $2.4 million mansion at 2:25 a.m. Friday and was briefly hospitalized. His lips were cut, and Windermere police chief Daniel Saylor said Woods' wife used a golf club to smash out a back window and help Woods from the car.
Montes said it was "kind of normal" for Woods not to speak on Friday, the day he was treated and released from a local hospital.
"It is unusual that we haven't gotten a statement," she said. "This just delays us to getting closer to the completion of the investigation. We'll work with them. The investigation will continue no matter what."
The 911 tapes of the crash could be released as early as Sunday.