The Waiting Continues With Woods

WINDERMERE, Fla. -- The conversation between authorities and Tiger Woods about the car accident near his home could happen today after a second day's delay.

Moments after pulling out of his driveway early Friday, Tiger Woods drove his SUV over a fire hydrant and into a tree, causing injuries that sent him to the hospital to be treated.

State troopers looking for answers about the accident were headed to Woods' house Saturday afternoon when Florida Highway Patrol dispatch put through a phone call from Woods' agent.

The agent said Woods and his wife would be unavailable until today.

Woods isn't required to talk to police.

Police first went to his house on Friday.

The silence has only fueled speculation of what happened, why Woods left the house at that hour, where he was going and whether an argument preceded the crash.


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