Tiger Woods: What We’ve Learned About Car Crash

Tiger Woods: What We've Learned About Car Crash

Tiger Woods: What We’ve Learned About Car Crash!

Tiger Woods Injured In Horrific a single-vehicle roll-over traffic collision on the border of Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes on Tuesday morning. Read on to find out What We’ve Learned about the Tiger Woods car crash…

CelebnSports247.com reports that pro golf star Tiger Woods Lucky To Be Alive according to reports.

Tiger Woods, 45, shattered his ankle and fractured both of his legs, but his pro golf career is in question.

It was also reported that Tiger Woods was allegedly rushing to meet up with New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert. Which is probably why he got in a car accident.

Tiger Wood: What We’ve Learned About Car Crash!

Contrary to the initial release sent out by the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department … a source with the fire department tells us the jaws of life were NOT used to free Tiger from the crash.

Officials also say it was a quick-thinking neighbor who called 911 — which allowed responders to race to the scene and treat Tiger in a timely manner.

Deputy Gonzalez — the first person to arrive at the crash scene — says Tiger was lucid and could speak at the crash scene — and did not appear to be under the influence of alcohol or any other substance.

Golf Digest says Tiger was scheduled to arrive at Riviera Golf Course at 7:30 AM PT for a shoot.

A crew member who saw Tiger as he got in his SUV at the hotel – Tiger got in his vehicle, there was a delay in driving off — we’re told his SUV was blocked by another car that was loading luggage — and he appeared “agitated and impatient.” The crew member says once the delay was over, Tiger “took off fast.”

Tiger was staying at a hotel where a major network television show was being shot.

Oliver Konteh, a member of the crew working on the TV show “Grown-ish” recounted to us on video what the director said about Tiger nearly hitting his car just before 7 AM.

Cops say they got the call about Tiger’s accident at 7:12 AM, and where this video was shot is roughly 5 miles south of where he wrecked.