Tiger Woods' mother-in-law fainted and "was down for a while" according to a frantic and dramatic 911 call obtained by RadarOnline.com.
Barbro Holmberg, 57, suffered stomach pains and had to be rushed to Health Central Hospital in Ocoee, Florida on Tuesday morning.
Holmberg was carried on a stretcher from the golfer's Isleworth mansion at 2:36 a.m. Tuesday. Initial reports from the scene made the situation appear dire, as the woman was said to be on "advanced life support;" A hospital spokesperson later said Holmberg was in stable condition Tuesday morning.
It was not clear whether the call was placed by Holmberg's daughter, Elin or from Elin's twin sister Josefin who was also reported as stying at the Woods' home.
"Oh my God! My mom just collapsed," the caller tells the 911 operator. "She collapsed in the bathroom. What do I do?"
For the next 3 minutes and 21 seconds, the 911 dispatcher tries to calm down the caller who is panicked.
"Can she tell you what happened?" the dispatcher asks her.
"She said she collapsed. She fainted. She was down for a while," the caller says. "I heard her fall and I came in here."
When the dispatcher asks if she still wants paramedics to come to the home, the caller says, "No" and apologizes for the frantic call.
"I'm sorry. I got so scared," she says.
The 911 dispatcher asks her if her mother has a history of heart problems, and the caller tells her, "No."
The call ends with the dispatcher saying she's going to send paramedics there anyway to check her vital signs.
"Okay," says the caller. "It's not urgent now, though."
Health Central is the same hospital Woods was taken to following his November 27 one-car accident in which he hit a fire hydrant and a tree. That incident occurred after Woods argued with Nordegren on the heels of the National Enquirer's bombshell revelation Tiger had been having an affair with breathtaking NYC party girl Rachel Uchitel.