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Tuesday, 8 December 2009

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Are the rescue teams back again at the Tiger Woods estate after the release of the earlier patient who at one time was on life support?

Rescue teams rushed to the Windmere compound owned by Tiger Woods after midnight last night after a 911 call was placed.

Woods himself was seen later entering the Health Central Hospital in Ocoee, Florida a short time later, but after another black Cadallic Escaclade bearing similar licensed plates to the one Tiger wrecked recently and a "blond" got out and rushed inside.

The patient, whom some say is Tiger Woods mother-in-law, has since been released even though the case was referred to earlier as "life threatening".

The patient apparently initially refused transport, but was later listed as an advanced life support patient. She has since been released.

Elin Nordegren Wood's mother is a prominent Swedish politician, who recently arrived in Florida and was staying at the gated community, after the recent events.

Another rumor is that Elin may be moving out. This made the headlines on the tabloids earlier today.

Update: Barbro Holmberg, Elin Nordegren's mother was the lady earlier, but no report on present situation.

Who exactly is the woman? What happened? Was she on life-support as reported? Is Elin leaving Tiger? Is Tiger's Woods through as a golfer?

Tune in tomorrow to, "As The Tiger Turns".

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