Florida Highway Patrol: Not Seeking Warrant

Contradicting what TMZ is reporting, the Florida Highway Patrol says that it is not seeking a search warrant in the Tiger Woods case, according to FOXNews.com

"We don't need a warrant to get records, that is incorrect," said Florida Highway Patrol Chief of Public Affairs Capt. Mark Welch.

TMZ reported that authorities were seeking Woods' medical records to determine whether his injuries are consistent with a car accident or domestic violence.

"We are seeking all information relevant to the ongoing investigation into the car crash," said Welch.

"We would seek medical information as it might relate to the cause of the crash."

In a new report at TMZ, they report that two FHP officers visited the hospital today where Tiger was treated.

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