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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Tiger Woods' mother-in-law suspected in ambulance Full Video

Elin Nordegren's mother, Barbro Holmberg, is rumored to be the woman who was taken from Tiger Woods' home by ambulance, followed by Nordegren driving a black Cadillac Escalade. Rescue crews were in fact dispatched to Tiger Woods' home just after 2:30am, and removed what appeared to be a middle-aged woman from the house in an early morning emergency.

Barbro Holmberg: Tiger Woods' Mother-in-Law, Elin Nordegren's Mother

It was not clear who the woman in the ambulance was. There were reports that indicated it could have been Tiger Woods' mother-in-law Barbro Holmberg, or her sister Josefin, although the woman reportedly taken from the Woods' home was middle-aged. Elin Nordegren's mother and twin sister were rumored to have been spending time at the Woods' home. It is still not clear whether or not Elin truly moved out, or if this was just another rumor.

Who is Barbro Holmberg?

Barbro Holmberg is reportedly the Minister for Migration and Asylum Policy in Sweden’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs, and arrived in the U.S. on Monday. Her marriage to radio journalist Thomas Nordegren produced three children: one son, Axel and twin daughters Elin Nordegren Woods, and her twin sister Josefin.

Was Elin Driving The Black Cadillac Escalade

A CBS affiliate spotted a black Cadillac Escalade being driven by a blonde woman – possibly Nordegren – that also went to Health Central Hospital in Orlando, the same hospital that Tiger Woods himself was treated at after his single car accident on Thanksgiving night.

Tiger Woods' Car Accident

CBS continues, "The news comes a day after the release of an investigative subpoena request filed by the Florida Highway Patrol in which a witness believed to be Woods' wife, Elin, said that Woods consumed alcohol earlier in the day before crashing outside his Isleworth home and that the golfer has prescriptions for Ambien and Vicodin."

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