Golfer Tiger Woods has reportedly been injured in a car accident in California's Ranchos Palos Verdes at Hawthorne Blvd near Blackhorse Rd, according to multiple media reports.
Fire crews were reportedly called to the scene as authorities reportedly needed to use the jaws of life to help rescue Woods from the car.
The accident reportedly occurred in Palos Verdes, a tony section of LA County that’s home to several golf courses, including Palos Verdes Golf Club, which is known for its ocean views.
LA County Sheriff released a statement via Twitter.
Early reports also claim Woods is in the operating room with two broken legs, though right now little has been confirmed, and much remains unclear.
Remember, Woods had a previous infamous accident back in Nov. 2009 at around 0230ET outside his former mansion in Windermere, Fla., he collided with a row of hedges and hit a fire hydrant. The vehicle finally came to rest after hitting a tree.
That accident and its murky circumstances (paramedics found Woods lying in the road, snoring and without shoes or socks) coincided with the start of a career decline for Woods, which he only recently overcame when he won the Masters back in 2019. A full-on sex scandal followed that first accident, exposing years of infidelity and destabilizing Woods' life.