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Tiger Woods sued after employee's deadly crash

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Tiger Woods sued after employee's deadly crash

Tiger Woods sued after employee's deadly crash

Tiger Woods, his girlfriend, and his restaurant company are being sued for unspecified damages after being named in a wrongful death lawsuit of an employee who was killed in a drunk-driving crash.

Linda So reports.

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