After Tiger Woods was implicated in a terrible car accident and hastily taken to the hospital for surgery, a new picture of his broken SUV car came out.
A professional golfer, reported as a’multi-leg injury’, loaded his vehicle onto a flatbed truck and removed it from the California crash site.
The vehicle in the photo is completely disqualified after being severely damaged both front and rear.
Police and car breakdown engineers were at the scene of the crash while the Genisis SUV was towed and removed.
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The sportsman suffered a “leg injury” after a crash in California on Tuesday, February 23, and was taken to hospital.
Tiger’s agent Mark Steinberg said: “Tiger Woods was in a car accident in California this morning and suffered several leg injuries.
“He is currently undergoing surgery and thank you for your privacy and support.”
The name of the LA County Sheriff’s Department is: “At around 7:12 am on February 23, 2021, LASD responded to a single-vehicle rollover traffic crash at the border of Rolling Hills Estates and Ranchos Palos Verdes.
“This vehicle was moving north on Hawthorne Boulevard on Blackhorse Road when it crashed. The vehicle was heavily damaged.
“The driver and sole occupant was identified as PGA golfer Eldrick” Tiger “Woods. Mr. Woods was rescued from a shipwreck with “Jaw of Life” by Los Angeles County firefighters and paramedics and then transported to a local hospital via an ambulance. His injury.
The statement concluded that “the investigators at the LASD Lomita station are conducting traffic investigations.”
Representative Tiger released an update on the star’s status and informed his worried fans how they were doing after the surgery.
They wrote on Twitter: “He is now awake, responding and recovering in his room.
“Thanks to the excellent doctors and hospital staff at the Harbor UCLA Medical Center, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the Fire Department. Your support and support has been very good.
“There are no more updates right now, and we continue to thank you for your favor and privacy for him and his family.”