The agent for Tiger Woods says the golf superstar is
fine after crashing his vehicle near outside his Florida home early Friday. Florida Highway Patrol is reporting Tiger Woods was transported to the hospital early Friday after crashing his vehicle into a fire hydrant near his residence in Windermere, Fla., outside Orlando.Health Central Hospital is expected to release a statement on Woods by 4 p.m. ET, according to a hospital operator. According to an official release from FHP and reported by Florida Today, Woods, had pulled out of his driveway in a Cadillac SUV. As he began to drive .... (Woods) struck a fire hydrant," FHP reported. The front of Wood's vehicle "then struck a tree" located at a neighboring property.Woods was transported to Health Central Hospital in Ocoee in serious condition, FHP reported, according to Orlando Sentinel. However, a hospital employee said at 2:30 p.m. ET that Woods was not a patient. A hospital operator would not say if Woods had been treated and released.Florida Today says FHP is reporting the crash remains under investigation and that charges are pending. The extent of Woods' injuries are unknown.The FHP report indicates alcohol was not a factor in the crash. It also indicates "unknown" on whether a seat belt was used.There was no mention of the accident on Woods’ Website or his Facebook page, as of 3 p.m. ET.
The info provided above is from USA Today.-Dr.FB