Tiger Woods Responding To Treatment. Was Saved By Seatbelt

Tiger Woods is receiving treatment

Golf legend Tiger Woods was involved in an auto crash on Tuesday in California in the relatively recent past. He however experienced a quick emergency surgery, yet as per doctors it is not certain if he will recuperate soon.

As per reports given by one of the doctors – Dr. Jeremy Faust, who is a crisis doctor at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Tiger Woods is still in that intense stage where they may in any case have a ton of work to do on him.

The 45-year-old golfer was driving Tuesday in Rancho Palos Verdes, close to Los Angeles, not long after 7 a.m. PT when his SUV crossed a middle and veered across two paths of street prior to hitting a control, hitting a tree and arriving on its side in the wild vegetation.

Woods sustained serious leg wounds, which might have prompted amputation. As per reports, Woods himself had no memory of the accident.


Woods was driving a Genesis SUV vehicle alone and is believed to have been going at a high pace before the accident, doctors said. There were no pallet marks or different signs of slowing down.

Reports says that same street on which Tiger Woods was engaged with the mishap is a problem area for speeding and accidents. The street has seen 13 accidents already since last January.

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Carlos Gonzalez, who responded to the crash, found a lucid Woods still strapped into his seat belt but trapped as the SUV had rolled over onto the driver’s side door.

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