Tiger Woods: A Woman Has Been Rushed To the Hospital

James WalkerAnalyst IIDecember 8, 2009

WINDERMERE, FL - DECEMBER 03: An entrance gate to the Isleworth community, where Tiger Woods has a home is seen on December 3, 2009 in Windermere, Florida. Tiger Woods crashed his SUV into a fire hydrant and tree next to his Florida home in the early hours of November 27. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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It has been reported that a woman has been taken from Tiger Woods' home early this morning to an Orlando, Fla., area hospital.  Details are very sketchy at this time.

A blonde woman was seen following the ambulance in a Cadillac Escalade as it departed Woods' home.

Many sources have reported that Elin Nordegren's mother, Barbro Holmberg, has been staying with her daughter since Woods' car accident back on Nov. 27, 2009.

It was also reported that the patient was on "advanced life support," but this may be a mistake since paramedics in the area are listed as Advanced Life Support providers.

In other news regarding Tiger Woods, a report has been leaked stating that a Florida Highway Patrol trooper requested a blood report the day of Woods' auto accident, and that Nordegren stated to police that Tiger had drunk alcohol earlier that day and had been prescribed Ambien and Vicodin.  The request was later declined, and a traffic ticket for reckless driving and fine of $164 was issued.

Moreover, it is now reported that Nordegren has moved out and has taken residence in a new home in the same neighborhood.