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LISTEN: Police Audio From Tiger Woods' Crash Just Released

Jan. 7 2010, Published 7:16 a.m. ET

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Police radio transmissions from Tiger Woods’ car crash have just been released. At one point a dispatcher is heard saying: "Be advised the vehicle hit the pole, the person's on the ground,"

Tiger slammed his SUV into a fire hydrant and tree early November 27.

The audio was obtained by WKMG- Local 6 in Orlando.

Click here to listen to the police radio transmissions.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office released the recording Thursday. Silent gaps have been eliminated in the recording.

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Tiger’s car crash came after his affair with Rachel Uchitel was revealed. That started a chain of events that led to more than 10 women coming forward and revealing their sexual relationships with the golfing great.

Tiger and his wife have not been seen together in weeks, although she had been photographed without her wedding ring.

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