Tiger Woods’ car overturned, seriously injured leg, surgery took place

Tiger Woods injured in car accident

Well-known golfer Tiger Woods has seriously injured both his legs in a car crash near Los Angeles in the US state of California. In the accident, his car went off the road and overturned several times. According to the officials who brought the golf legend Tiger Woods to the hospital, he was lucky enough to survive the accident. Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said Tiger Woods did not appear to be under the influence of alcohol or other drugs at the time of the accident. Considered a ‘hotspot’ for accidents with high speed vehicles, there was no other vehicle or pedestrian at the time of the accident in this part of the road, which would have been in the grip of the accident.

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Deputy Carlos Gonzalez, who was the first to arrive at the scene of the accident, said, “I would say it was fortunate that Tiger Woods survived this accident alive…” Gonzalez found Tiger trapped in the car, but he was conscious, ‘ Los Angeles County Fire Chief Darryl Osby described Tiger Woods’ condition as ‘stable’, and said, “I think he has serious injuries on both legs.” …”

Firefighters and paramedic officers pulled Tiger Woods out of the wreckage of his SUV and carried him by road with neck collars to the local hospital, where he was operated upon. According to Sheriff Alex Villanueva, there is “no evidence of any harm” at this time, nor has there been any evidence of drugs, drugs or alcohol.

Woods is regarded as one of the world’s greatest golfers of all time, and has won 15 major golf championships. Tiger Woods, 45, was in the area for the annual Genesis Invitational golf tournament, and was driving himself on the morning of the accident.

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan issued a statement saying, “Waiting for more information after his operation… The PGA Tour and our players are praying for Tiger, and we will give him our full support… “

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