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Golfer Tiger Woods was seriously injured in a one-car, rollover crash in the Los Angeles area on Tuesday morning, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

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The sheriff's department said in a statement that Woods "was extricated from the wreck with the 'jaws of life'" by Los Angeles County firefighters and paramedics before being transported to a local hospital. Woods was the only person in the car.

© Patrick T. Fallon, AFP via Getty Images Tiger Woods' vehicle was tipped on its side in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

Though he was unable to confirm Woods' identity, Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesperson Christopher Thomas classified the crash victim's injuries to USA TODAY Sports as serious but non-life threatening.

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Woods' longtime agent, Mark Steinberg, said only that the golfer suffered "multiple leg injuries."

"He is currently in surgery and we thank you for your privacy and support," Steinberg said Tuesday afternoon.

According to authorities, the crash occurred early Tuesday morning, shortly after 7 a.m. PT, in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said the vehicle sustained "major damage." 

Video of the crash site on CNN showed Woods’ car badly mangled approximately 20 feet off the road. The entire front end of the car was destroyed. Several pieces of the vehicle had broken off and were to the side.

Thomas said the fire department arrived on scene at 7:28 a.m., and that the vehicle's only occupant – Woods – was transported to a local hospital at 7:40 a.m. 

"Basically what they did was they broke the windshield out," Thomas said. "... They did have to extricate him, and you can see on there where they pulled the windshield out and they removed him via the windshield."

Before the crash, Woods, 45, apparently had a packed schedule. Golf Digest said Woods was in California for a two-day content shoot with it and GOLFTV. He also served as host for the PGA Tour’s Genesis Invitational.

© Mark Konezny, USA TODAY Sports Tiger Woods watches his tee shot on the 9th hole during the final round of The Northern Trust golf tournament at TPC of Boston.

Golf Digest also reported there were pictures of Woods on social media with Dwyane Wade and David Spade at Rolling Hills Country Club. They added he didn’t hit any practice balls or play any rounds.

Actor Jada Pinkett Smith wrote in a tweet that she was visiting with Woods on Monday.

Woods, 45, is one of the most decorated golfers in the history of the sport and has won 15 majors over the course of his career. 

This isn’t the first time Woods has been in a car accident. On Nov. 27, 2009, at about 2:30 a.m. outside of his former Florida home, his car hit several hedges, a fire hydrant and then came to rest after hitting a tree.

Woods was driving a 2009 black Cadillac Escalade. At the time Daniel Saylor, the Windermere chief of police, told the Associated Press that police found Woods outside of the vehicle with his wife, Elin, nearby.

The accident happened several days after the tabloid publication, the National Enquirer, published a story saying Woods was having an affair. Not long after the accident, and the story, Woods would confess to living a secret life and having multiple affairs.

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Russell Wilson's frustrations with the Seattle Seahawks uncharacteristically boiled over earlier this month. But apparently his dismay runs so deep that his representatives have approached the team about at least four potential NFL trade destinations, according to The Athletic. 

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Wilson just completed the first season of a four-year, $140 million extension that briefly made him the league's highest-paid player, based on average annual compensation, before his pact was eclipsed by Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson. Wilson's contract also contains a full no-trade clause, meaning the Seahawks, who drafted him in the third round in 2012, can't deal him anywhere without his approval. 

© Joe Nicholson, USA TODAY Sports Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and QB Russell Wilson have worked together for nine seasons.

Apparently, Wilson's team has already pinpointed the Las Vegas Raiders, Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints and New York Jets as teams the seven-time Pro Bowler would be willing to join if the football waters off Puget Sound can't be calmed.

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Earlier this month, after Wilson was awarded the NFL's prestigious Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award the night before Super Bowl 55, he broke from his typically sunny disposition in relation to Seattle. Wilson revealed he was "frustrated I’m getting hit too much" after getting sacked 394 times in his career.

“I want to be able to be involved because at the end of the day, it’s your legacy, it’s your team’s legacy, it’s the guys you get to go into the huddle with and at the end of the day, those guys you’ve got to trust,” he also told "The Dan Patrick Show" after the Super Bowl.

“I think if you ask guys like Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, you know, even Tom (Brady), you know, I think that you saw this year how much he was involved in the process – I think that’s something that is important to me.”

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Wilson, 32, has never experienced a losing season with the Seahawks and has only missed the playoffs once in his nine seasons. He was part of the 2013 squad that brought Seattle its only Super Bowl title to date, but the 'Hawks haven't advanced beyond the divisional round since Wilson's infamous interception cost the team a shot to repeat by winning Super Bowl 49 to cap the 2014 campaign.

The Athletic also details Wilson's growing issues with longtime Seattle coach Pete Carroll and his general unwillingness to let Wilson take control of the offense, i.e., "let Russ cook."

Wilson appeared to be on track to win his first MVP award after a blistering start to the 2020 season. But he struggled down the stretch and threw a pick-six in the NFC West champs' wild-card loss to the Los Angeles Rams. 

Wilson has still never received a single MVP vote during his career.

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