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Tiger Woods crash updates: breaking news, details on golfer after ‘major’ car crash in Los Angeles

Tiger Woods was injured in a collision with a single vehicle in Los Angeles, according to Los Angeles law enforcement.

Woods was injured in a car crash on Tuesday in which fire crews had to use the jaws of life to pull him out of the vehicle.

MSNBC reports that the cause of the crash is currently under investigation.

Woods was in the Los Angeles area to host the Genesis Invitational golf event. He had been in the Los Angeles area for a few extra days on a set of Golf Digest with former NBA star Dwyane Wade and actor and comedian David Spade.

Woods, 45, recently had back surgery, his fifth, after playing at the Masters in November. He was aiming to return to Augusta for the Masters in April, as told this weekend to CBS Sports’ Jim Nantz.

Here’s the latest on the Woods crash:

Tiger Woods crash updates

2:57 p.m. ET: Woods suffered moderate to critical injuries, according to Henry Narvez, Los Angeles County chief information officer.

2:48 p.m. ET: Woods’ agent says Woods suffered multiple leg injuries and is currently in surgery, according to Daniel Rapaport of Golf Digest.

2:45 p.m. ET: Images of the car that Woods is said to have driven have surfaced:

2:37 p.m. ET: There is no official word on Woods’ injuries at this time. The wreckage is described as “major,” with the LA County Sheriff’s Department saying it had to remove Woods from the wreckage using the Jaws of Life. The collision occurred Tuesday morning on the west coast.

The story was originally broken by Steven Gregory, a correspondent for IHeartRadio.

Woods was filmed alongside former NBA superstar Dwyane Wade before the crash. The video was posted to Wade’s Instagram account, although the timeline of the video suggests it was from Monday. Woods was also filmed with actor and comedian David Spade.

Woods underwent his fifth back surgery in December and was in the process of rehabilitating his injury in order to resume the course.

This story will be updated.





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