• LA County Officials Explain Tiger Woods' Lack Of ‘Concern' After Crash

    1 day ago - By NESN

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    Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Carlos Gonzalez was the first to arrive on scene at the single-vehicle rollover crash which involved Tiger Woods in the LA area on Tuesday morning.
    Gonzalez said that he found the PGA Tour legend conscious in the driver's seat, and was able to keep him calm by talking to him, asking for Woods' name, time of day, etc.
    Gonzalez, though, also explained how Woods did not seem “concerned” with his injuries, even though he was unable to stand under his own power and needed to be extricated from the vehicle while using an axe.
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  • Tiger Woods Hospitalized with Injuries After Single-Car Crash in Los Angeles

    1 day ago - By Bleacher Report

    Tiger Woods was involved in a single-car crash in Ranchos Palos Verdes, California. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department issued a statement saying Woods' car "sustained ...
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  • LIVE: Police set to update media after Tiger suffers ‘multiple injuries' in horrific crash

    1 day ago - By Fox Sports

    Los Angeles police will hold a press conference at 10am to give more information about the horror crash which has left Tiger Woods battling for his career in a California hospital.
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  • Tiger Woods' car accident has us rooting for another comeback story

    Tiger Woods' car accident has us rooting for another comeback story

    1 day ago - By New York Post

    The first reaction is relief, because it must be. Tiger Woods' injuries are, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department, “severe but not life threatening.” At a time when there has been too much death, in sports and everywhere else, going back 13 months to a helicopter that crashed 48 miles away from where Woods...
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  • Tiger Woods Crash: Officials Offer Injury Updates Sustained From Accident

    Tiger Woods Crash: Officials Offer Injury Updates Sustained From Accident

    1 day ago - By NESN

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    Los Angeles County Fire Department Chief Daryl Osby confirmed that Tiger Woods suffered injures to both legs following a serious, single-vehicle rollover crash Tuesday.
    Those injuries, as you may have heard, are not life-threatening despite the initial images that followed the crash.
    “... The only thing I can tell you from my experience from working in public safety for the past four decades is anytime you're involved in single-vehicle accident like this, with rollover and that level of damage, and broken legs and lacerations, that you're going to be in severe pain,” Osby...
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  • Tiger Woods' Car Interior Provided ‘Cushion' To Survive Crash

    1 day ago - By NESN

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    Tiger Woods is lucky to be alive.
    The 45-year-old was involved in a serious single-vehicle car accident in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning.
    Woods' injuries are said to be non-life-threatening , but was undergoing surgery after suffering “multiple” leg injuries.
    LA County Sheriff's department held a press conference Tuesday and provided a slew of updates about the accident and Woods' condition.
    Woods reportedly was seen speeding away from a hotel in the Los Angeles area before the crash. And even though his car appeared to be heavily damaged, the interior of it was...
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  • Tiger Woods injured in serious rollover car crash

    1 day ago - By Yardbarker

    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said in a statement on Tuesday that Woods was the driver of a vehicle that crashed and rolled over on the border of Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes.
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  • Watch Live: L.A. County Sheriff's Department provides update on Tiger Woods crash

    1 day ago - By Sportsnet

    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department will provide an update on the car accident that hospitalized Tiger Woods on Tuesday.
    Watch the press conference on sportsnet.ca starting at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT.
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