Tiger Woods’ SUV was going 84-87 mph as officials blame crash on ‘unsafe’ driving speed

“He was in a state of shock at the onset of that collision,” Powers said. “He was awake. We helped him sit up a little bit and then we tried to extract him from the vehicle by breaking the sunroof, and it wouldn’t break, so we waited for the fire department. I don’t want to use the word ‘alert,’ but he was, but he was kind of dazed and confused, being in a state of shock.”