Tiger Wood’s employee had high levels of THC in his blood on night of crash

A Florida bartender who worked at Tiger Wood’s restaurant and died following a drunk-driving incident had traces of the cannabis component THC in his blood as well as alcohol, a crash report has revealed.    

Nicholas Immesberger, 24, died in a car crash on December 10, 2018 after he spent hours drinking at The Woods restaurant in Jupiter following his shift, according to a new lawsuit.

His family has filed a lawsuit against Woods, alleging that the golfer and his girlfriend Erica Herman had been aware of Immersberger’s struggles with alcohol but continued to let him drink at the restaurant. 

Now toxicology results reveals that traces of the cannabis component THC were found in his system, causing him to be ‘impaired at the time of the traffic crash.’

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