Pro golfer Bill Haas involved in deadly California crash


Pro golfer Bill Haas was seriously injured in a multicar crash that also left another person hurt and one dead in Southern California, authorities said. The driver of the Ferrari, whose name has not been released, was killed. The 71-year-old driver of the Ferrari was killed.

Haas' father, Jay, later told Golf Channel that his son had been released from UCLA Medical Center with pain and swelling in his legs, but no broken bones, and was expected to make a full recovery.

Wilson's auto was sideswiped moments before the crash, but wasn't injured.

The fatal accident remains under investigation.

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According to Los Angeles Police Department Detective Jeff Fischer, Haas - a six-time PGA Tour champion- was in LA to attend a golf tournament at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades.

Haas, 35, was in a Ferrari that collided with a BMW.

Bill Haas, a former Wake Forest star and PGA Tour veteran, was injured in a vehicle accident on Tuesday night in Los Angeles.

Wilson was driving the Toyota, which was clipped just before the crash, according to Los Angeles-based KTLA.

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World No. 67 Haas finished tied-26th in his last outing at the Phoenix Open at the beginning of February.

"Bill was very fortunate", Haas told Golf Channel.

Haas, a six-time PGA tour victor, was in Los Angeles for a golf tournament at the Riviera Country on Thursday.

Two passengers in the BMW were taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

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