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.