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Judy Eddy / WENN 1 / 6

ET has just obtained the incident report detailing what the officer from the Windermere, FL police department encountered when he arrived on the scene of Tiger Woods' early morning car accident on November 27.

"Upon my arrival, I observed a black male lying in the roadway not moving, covered in a blanket and resting his head on a pillow," the officer says in the report. "There was a white female kneeling over the subject (later identified to be the wife: Elin Nordegren). I made contact with the subject, known to be Tiger Woods."

"My immediate observations were that of an unresponsive male subject, breathing adequately with lacerations to the lips and noticeable blood in the mouth. Mr. Woods was not responsive. I conducted a brief physical assessment and nothing stood out to be immediately alarming. Mr. Woods periodically attempted to get up; for his safety, I kept him lying down."

Check out the whole incident report here.