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Tiger Woods taken to hospital after single-vehicle, roll-over car crash


 

Legendary golfer Tiger Woods, 45, was in a serious single-vehicle car crash in Los Angeles early Tuesday morning, according to multiple reports. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department, the car rolled over and Woods was pulled out of the wreckage by the jaws of life before being transported by an ambulance to a local hospital for injuries.

Woods reportedly sustained multiple leg injuries according to his agent, Mark Steinberg, and is currently in surgery. PGA tour broadcaster Luke Elvy said word came out that Woods has “suffered broken legs” in the incident. Here’s a photo of the wreckage

Woods was in Los Angeles two-day content shoot with Golf Digest/GOLFTV. He hosted PGA Tour’s Genesis Invitational over the weekend, but did not play, telling Jim Nantz that he was awaiting the results of an upcoming MRI before he could return to competition. Woods was on the course with Dwyane Wade just yesterday.

This story will be updated as more news trickles in.

 

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