RadarOnline.com has obtained a copy of the dramatic 911 call made by a neighbor after Tiger Woods crashed his SUV Friday morning.
On the call, you can hear a neighbor frantically requesting help. "I need an ambulance immediately," he said. "It is a car accident." The caller never mentioned Tiger Woods by name, and the cell phone call broke up several times, but the Good Sam also said that the victim was "unconscious" and mentioned he was out of the vehicle and "on the ground."
Tiger pulled out of his driveway at 2:25 am Friday, first hitting a fire hydrant and then a tree. His wife Elin Nordegren was standing over him with a golf club when the cops arrived. The back window of Tiger's Cadillac SUV had been smashed and both Woods and Nordegren claimed it was from her efforts to free him from the wreck.
Florida Highway Patrol Troopers will make their third attempt to interviews Tiger and Elin, Sunday at 3 PM.