Tuesday, December 08, 2009

UPDATED: 911 Call to Tiger Woods' House

This is the second time rescue crews have shown up at Tiger Woods' home since the November 27th car accident. There are conflicting reports on who was taken to the hospital.

Orlando Sentinel reports:
Reports show Orange County firefighters responded to a medical call at Tiger Woods' Isleworth mansion this morning. "It was a medical call and the patient refused to be transported to the hospital," Orange County Fire Rescue spokeswoman Genevieve Latham said. Although some news reports show a female patient had been taken from the home, Latham said there is no indication that rescue crews took anyone to the hospital.

TMZ reports:
But WKMG TV in Orlando is reporting someone was transported and a blonde woman in a black Escalade followed an ambulance from Deacon Circle to Health Central hospital -- the same hospital that treated Tiger the night of his accident.

UPDATED (2:00 pm, December 8, 2009)

Tiger Woods's mother-in-law released from hospital

Tiger Woods's mother-in-law was rushed to a Florida hospital early Tuesday, touching off the second media frenzy in two weeks surrounding the pro golfer's carefully guarded private life. Barbro Holmberg was taken by ambulance to Health Central Hospital with stomach pains after a 911 call from Woods's house. Holmberg, a Swedish politician and the mother of Woods's wife, was released about 11 hours later and returned to the couple's mansion, hospital spokesman Dan Yates said. (CBC)


TMZ reports:

Tiger Woods was admitted to the hospital as OD the day after Thanksgiving!

Sources connected with the hospital tell TMZ the admissions chart lists "OD" and that he was having trouble breathing.

We're told the fifth floor of the hospital was put on lockdown when Tiger arrived. Tiger was admitted under an alias -- William Smith. His wife, Elin Nordegren was by his side.