Tiger Woods’ injury is reported being quite serious, but the golfer is recovering well after being transferred to a new hospital yesterday.
Two days after suffering from a critical car crash, Tiger Woods was moved from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Tiger Woods’ injury was recognized to be a serious one, and the golfer had to undergo a surgery in order to fully recover. Dr. Anish Mahajan, interim CEO and chief medical officer of Harbor-UCLA, said that his hospital decided to move the golfer to another medical center for continuing orthopedic care and recovery.
Woods suffered from a comminuted open fracture on his right leg during a car crash last Tuesday.
Cities of Los Angeles County could be liable for this crash as it happened near the border of southern California locales Rolling Hills and Rancho Palos Verdes. A former deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County said with USA Sports that the county of Los Angeles could absolutely stand the liability for this accident as they recognized “treacherous stretch of road and doing little about it.”
USA Sports also reported that Woods was on his way to a video shoot with NFL QBs Drew Brees and Justin Herbert before he struggled with the accident.
Some reliable source revealed that Woods’ pain seemingly could be mounting in a next few days. However, Woods was reported having a good recovery process so far. Since 2008, the golfer has undergone several severe injuries and surgeries such as knee, shoulder, and neck.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said that Woods did not drink at all when the incident occurred. The sheriff of LA said that he could point out that Woods was in an accident rather than commit to a crime.
USA Sports described that the suffered vehicle was a Genesis GV80.
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