"The Insider" has confirmed with the Orange County Sheriff's Department in Florida that a fire rescue team responded to an emergency call at Tiger Woods' residence in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
At 2:35 a.m. ET, paramedics responded to Woods' home. Minutes later, an ambulance arrived at the hospital, carrying an unidentified, middle-aged blonde woman on a stretcher, WKMG, the local CBS affiliate in Orlando, confirms. A black Cadillac Escalade soon followed with a license plate similar to the SUV involved in the crash days ago. An unidentified, young blonde woman occupied the car. Both vehicles are registered to General Motors, one of Woods' sponsors.
After 6 a.m. ET, an Escalade left Isle Worth, the community in which Woods' home is located.
According to law enforcement, the fire department will be releasing a version of the 911 later this afternoon. Keep checking TheInsider.com for updates on this ongoing story
WINDERMERE, Fla. - Elin Nordegren's mother was rushed to a hospital early Tuesday morning from Tiger Woods' home by fire department medics, NBC News is reporting.
Barbro Holmberg was admitted to Health Central Hospital in Ocoe, Fla., and is in stable condition, NBC News said.
An emergency dispatcher took the call from Woods’ home at 2:35 a.m. and transferred it to Orange County Fire Rescue, Orange County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Jim Solomons told The Associated Press.