Tiger Woods 911 Call Released

The Tiger Woods soap opera continues Sunday with the Florida Highway Patrol releasing the Tiger Woods 911 call.

The three minute Tiger Woods 911 call was made just after 2:25 a.m. by a neighbor who was woken up by Woods crashing his car into a fire hydrant and tree in their suburban Florida street.

“I need an ambulance immediately, I have someone down outside my house…It’s a car accident…My neighbor, he hit the tree. I see him and he’s laying down,” the caller says on the 911 call.

Complicating the was it a serious car crash or minor car crash part of the story is what comes next in the 911 call: The dispatcher asks “Is he unconscious?” to which the neighbor replies “Yes.”

As we reported earlier, Woods has said in a statement that he only sustained minor injuries, specifically “I sustained some injuries. I have some cuts, bruising and right now I’m pretty sore.” That description doesn’t exactly match what the neighbor was seeing at the time. The soap opera come mystery deepens.