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Tiger Woods suffers serious leg injuries in crash, undergoes surgery

Tiger Woods suffers serious leg injuries in crash, undergoes surgery

Golf legend Tiger Woods sustained serious injuries on both his legs after the SUV he was driving crashed in a steep roadway in the Los Angeles suburbs. Woods had his seatbelt still fastened when he was extricated from the mangled vehicle. He suffered a shattered ankle and two leg fractures, including a compound fracture. He was rushed to the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center where he underwent surgeries.

Sandra
Sandra
Randall
Randall 1 weeks

Without federal safety regulations this would have been fatal.

Vark
Vark 1 weeks

He was speeding and drifting through traffic and could have killed innocent people. I'm tired of rich celebrities getting away with being horrible people.

Central Scrutinizer
Central Scrutinizer 1 weeks

Give him a donut, and tell him he should stick closer to church oriented activities. This is the root of thing that happens when one chooses a career in licentious deceptions and otherwise general poor decisions.

TheDadJokeGuy
TheDadJokeGuy 1 weeks

I haven't looked at the cause of the accident, but my first thought was one of his exes/mistresses cut the brakes

wilhemena
wilhemena 1 weeks

drugs kill

Nerd Sunnygirl
Nerd Sunnygirl 1 weeks

Hope he'll be okay!

Jim Boi
Jim Boi 1 weeks

Hope he lives don’t want to lose Tiger just after Kobe

Ken Williams
Ken Williams 1 weeks

My childhood hero. He was God to me.

Miami's Last Capitalist
Miami's Last Capitalist 1 weeks

Hope he's okay.

Emily
Emily 1 weeks

Hope drugs and alcohol weren’t a factor :/

Deon
Deon 1 weeks

Again?

Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 1 weeks

Who cares?

Lord Flashheart
Lord Flashheart 1 weeks

Took the Ex-wife a while to get him.

Lord Flashheart
Lord Flashheart 1 weeks

Too many celebrities having unfortunate accidents in California. Probably should ban them from California.

Patrick
Patrick 1 weeks

Please be ok Tiger.

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