Woman Rushed to Hospital In Ambulance From Tiger Woods' Home
A woman was rushed in an ambulance to the hospital this morning from Tiger Woods’ home.
The report says Orange County firefighters went to Deacon Circle in the exclusive subdivision of Isleworth after authorities received a medical call from the home. A woman was seen being taken into Health Central hospital in Ocoee on a stretcher.
The call came in at 2:36 a.m.
As of 9 a.m. Tuesday, circulating reports say the unidentified woman had been released.
A black SUV with similar registration and license plates as the vehicle that Woods crashed last week was spotted following the ambulance, WKMG reports. An eyewitness told the station a woman inside the vehicle looked similar to Woods’ wife.
Orange County fire officials will not release details about the rescue call, citing HIPAA laws.
A spokeswoman for Orange County Fire Rescue declined to confirm the reports, but Spokeswoman Genevieve Latham told The Associated Press that an adult patient was in fact taken to the hospital.
Television footage showed a woman on a stretcher. Speculation abounds as to whether the woman is Woods’ wife, Elin Nordegren, or her mother or twin sister.