The LA County Sheriff said Tiger Woods was “not drunk” during the crash – a “complete accident.”

The Los Angeles County Sheriff said Tiger Woods was “not drunk” during the rollover, which left the golf superstar seriously injured Tuesday, and said the single-vehicle crash was “completely an accident.”

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said his department would not file charges against Woods in connection with the crash near the border of Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes, about 30 miles south of Los Angeles.

Vilnueva said the department is treating it as an accident, which could lead to most misdemeanors.

“He wasn’t drunk,” Villanueva said Wednesday on Instagram Live. “We can throw that one.”

As part of a statement on Woods’ official Twitter account, Dr. Anish Mahajan of Harbor-UCLA Medical Center said in part that Woods had “open fractures” in many parts of his right leg, and had a rod in his tibia and an ankle during emergency surgery. Screws and pins were inserted.

According to the second part of the statement, Woods, 45, was “awake, responsive and healthy in the hospital room.”

The Associated Press contributes to this report.