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

Tiger Woods crash updates: Latest news, details on golfer after 'major' car accident in Los Angeles

Tiger Woods has been injured in a single vehicle roll-over collision in Los Angeles, according to LA 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 had been in the Los Angeles area hosting The Genesis Invitational golf event. He had been in the Los Angeles area for a few extra days on a Golf Digest shoot with former NBA star Dwyane Wade and actor and comedian David Spade.

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

Here’s the latest on Woods’ crash:

Tiger Woods crash updates

2:57 p.m. ET: Woods sustained moderate-to-critical injuries, per Los Angeles County Public Information Officer Henry Narvez.

2:48 p.m. ET: Woods’ agent says that Woods sustained multiple leg injuries and is currently in surgery, per Golf Digest’s Daniel Rapaport.

2:45 p.m. ET: Images of the car that Woods had supposedly been driving have surfaced:

2:37 p.m. ET: There’s no official word on Woods’ injuries at the moment. The wreck is described as “major,” with the LA County Sheriff’s Department stating it had to remove Woods from the wreck using the jaws of life. The collision occurred early Tuesday on the West Coast.

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

Woods was videoed alongside former NBA superstar Dwyane Wade prior to the accident. The video was posted to Wade’s Instagram account, though the timeline for the video suggests it was from Monday. Woods was also videoed with actor and comedian David Spade. 

Woods underwent his fifth back surgery in December, and was in the process of rehabbing the injury in order to get back to the course.

This story will be updated.

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