Feb 23, 2021
Tiger Woods was driving Genesis GV80 in car accident in Rancho Palos Verdes area
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RANCHO PALOS VERDES (KABC) -- Tiger Woods suffered multiple leg injuries and was undergoing surgery following a vehicle rollover crash in the Rancho Palos Verdes area early Tuesday, his manager confirmed.
The vehicle Woods was driving was a silver Hyundai Genesis SUV with a logo of the Genesis Invitational on the side.
WATCH: Sheriff's spokesperson describes investigation into violent crash involving Tiger Woods
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After golf star Tiger Woods suffered leg injuries in a vehicle rollover in suburban Los Angeles and was rushed into surgery, sheriff's lieutenant spoke with ABC7 about the investigation into the crash.
AIR7 HD was over the scene of the accident, showing the car on its side with the front end heavily damaged. Air bags appeared to be deployed, and luggage was also seen nearby.
The sheriff's deputy who was first on scene Tuesday morning said he has responded to many crashes in that area, including some that were fatal. The speed limit is 45 mph, but he said he has clocked other vehicles going 80.
No other cars were involved in the wreck that injured Woods. The golf star was the only person in the SUV, which sustained major damage, and he was extricated from the wreck by L.A. County firefighters and paramedics. He was taken to a hospital in serious but stable condition.
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Helmeted Snowboarder Dies After Collision With Tree At Eldora
BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — A 26-year-old man was pronounced dead by medical personnel Sunday afternoon following a collision with a tree at Eldora Ski Area west of Nederland.
The snowboarder was wearing helmet at the time, Cmdr. Vinnie Montez of the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office told CBS4.READ MORE: Help Me!: Snowmobiler Counts Blessings As Stranger Finds Him Buried
Montez said BCSO deputies were notified of the accident at 3:50 p.m. Bystanders performed CPR and members of the ski patrol arrived within five minutes. The man was taken to the ski area’s first aid center but was pronounced at 4:40 p.m., per Montez.
A medical helicopter that was waiting to take the patient to North Colorado Medical Center was released from the assignment.
File photo of Eldora Ski Area. (credit: CBS)
Montez said BCSO and the Boulder County Coroner’s Office will conduct a joint investigation. The man’s identity will be released by the coroner’s office after it completes notifications of the deceased’s next of kin.READ MORE: Jefferson County Deputies Looking For Road Rage Suspects
Sunday’s accident occurred on Jolly Jug, an intermediate run in area’s upper reaches.
A separate incident happened the previous day on the same run. Two teenage skiers, both considered to be expert skiers and both wearing helmets, according to the sheriff’s office, struck one another. Both were injured and were taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital.
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