Tiger Woods was seriously injured in a single car overturning accident in Los Angeles early Tuesday morning, law enforcement officials said. Woods was injured in the accident at about 10:12 a.m. ET on Tuesday. Reports indicated that first responders from the Los Angeles County Fire Department – who were notified of the crash by the Los Angeles County Police Department at 10:22 a.m. and responded to the scene at 10:28 a.m. – had to use a pry rod and ax to remove the golf star From the car. The Los Angeles Times reported that Woods was transported from the crash site to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center via an ambulance with a broken ankle and broken legs, one of which was a composite. He is currently in stable condition, and the cause of the accident is still under investigation. Woods in the Los Angeles area was hosting a Genesis Invitational golf event; The car he was driving – the 2021 Genesis GV80 SUV is said – was offered to him by the championship. He’s been in the Los Angeles area for a few extra days for a photo shoot with former basketball star Dwayne Wade and actor and comedian David Speed, and Woods, 45, recently underwent back surgery, his fifth, after playing in the Masters tournament in November. . He was aiming to return to Augusta for the Masters in April, as reported on the weekend of Jim Nantz of CBS Sports, Here’s the latest news of the Woods crash: Tiger Woods crash updates at all times Eastern12: 54 am: Official Woods account released on Twitter updated his status early Wednesday morning, saying he had suffered multiple fractures of the upper, lower and tibia, which required fixation with a rod inserted in the first. Additional injuries were fixed to his foot and ankle with nails and staples. The statement said Woods was awake, awake and resting in his hospital room after surgery. 7:27 p.m.: Woods, according to someone familiar with his treatment, suffered a broken ankle and broken legs, one of which was a compound fracture. Tiger Woods latest news: His injuries included a broken ankle and broken legs, one of which was compound, according to a source familiar with his treatment. “Lucky to be alive,” says the Los Angeles County Sheriff. From the latimes team covering the accident: https://t.co/3sZTsNMmML – Daniel Miller (DanielNMiller) February 23, 20216:40 pm: NBC News reports Woods is in “steady state”, adding that there is no indication that he used the brakes on Falling accident. 6:26 p.m.: Fox Sports’ Andy Slater reports that Woods was on his way to meet NFL midfielder Drew Brace at the time of the accident. New: Tiger Woods was on his way to meet Drew Press and was running late, according to BretBaier on FOX. – AndySlater (@AndySlater) February 23, 20216: 24 p.m.: Los Angeles Police Department deputy Carlos Gonzalez, the first responding officer on site, said Woods was not able to stand alone, adding that he was clear and calm. He also says Woods was wearing his seat belt. 6:18 pm: Villanueva says the front of Woods’ car has sustained significant damage, but the interior remains intact; Otherwise, he said, the Woods accident would have been fatal. 6:11 p.m.: Villanueva says the area where Woods crashed has seen frequent accidents due to its tortuous design. He says weather is not a factor in the accident. 6:09 p.m.: Los Angeles Fire Chief Daryl Osby, at the press conference, says it was determined at the crash site that Woods had “serious” injuries to his leg, depending on the accident and the severity of his injuries, it was determined that he should be transferred to the nearest trauma center : Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. He also repeated that it was not Life’s jaws that removed Woods from the car, but a combination of a pry rod and an ax. 6:07 p.m.: Villanueva confirmed there was no sign of Woods weakness at the scene. And that there was no effort to draw blood from him at that time or when he was taken to hospital. 6:05 p.m.: Villanueva says another accident occurred near Woods’ place of the rubber neck. 6:03 p.m.: Villanueva says the traffic report on the Woods accident will take days to finish. 6:02 p.m .: Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva, at a press conference, said first responders had not seen evidence of weakness in Tiger Woods 5:57 p.m.: Genesis GV80 of wrecked Woods was removed from crash site, as shown on Golf Channel 5:26 p.m.: NBC News reported that first responders used an ax – not life’s jaws – to remove Woods from his car. 5:12 pm: Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva told the Los Angeles Times that Woods is “lucky to be alive.” 5:07 p.m.: The Athletic’s Kavitha Davidson reports that life’s jaws did not need to extract Woods from his car: A Los Angeles firefighting captain explains that life’s jaws did not need to extract the tiger from the car – hand tools were used – Kavita A. Davidson (kavithadavidson) February 23, 20215: 02 p.m.: Golf Channel reported that Woods was alert and responsive to first responders at the Ash cr site 4:18 p.m.: CNN’s Jake Tapper reports that life’s jaws may not have been used to remove Woods from the car, and that he was pulled From the windshield instead. 4:01 p.m.: CNN Kyung Lah reports that Woods is currently in critical condition at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. 3:51 p.m.: ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne reports that Los Angeles physicians are more concerned about the severity of leg injuries than the surgery on his medically repaired back. 3:50 p.m.: Woods injuries are not considered life-threatening, according to Lt. Michael White of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office. 3:28 p.m.: The Los Angeles Times reports that Woods was believed to be traveling at “high speed” before crossing the barrier, causing the car to tip multiple times before stopping, according to law enforcement officials. The road traveled is considered curved and steep. 2:57 p.m.: Woods sustained moderate to critical injuries, according to Los Angeles County Public Information Officer Henry Narvez. Tiger Woods suffered moderate to serious injuries after being pulled from his car following a coup in Rancho Palos Verdes, according to Henry Narvise of Los Angeles County. – Anna Cabrera (@AnnaCabrera) February 23, 20212:48 p.m.: Woods’ agent says Woods has had multiple leg wounds and is currently undergoing surgery, according to Daniel Rapaport of Golf Digest. The story was updated with a statement from Woods’ agent Mark Steinberg: “Tiger Woods had one car accident this morning in California in which he sustained multiple leg injuries. He is currently undergoing surgery and we thank you for your privacy and support.” https://t.co/z7kdbXOmLZ – Daniel Rapaport (Daniel_Rapaport) February 23, 20212:45 pm: Pictures of the car Woods was supposed to drive came out: 2:37 PM: No official word about Woods’ injuries at the moment. The wreck is described as “large”, as the Los Angeles County Police Department stated that it must remove woods from the wreck using life’s jaws. The collision happened early Tuesday on the West Coast, and the story was originally broken by Stephen Gregory, iHeartRadio reporter. Woods was pictured alongside former NBA star Dwayne Wade prior to the accident. The video was posted on Wade’s Instagram account, although the video’s timeline indicates it was from Monday. Woods was also pictured with actor and comedian David Speed, Woods had back surgery for the fifth time in December and was in the process of rehabilitating an injury in order to return to the training course, this story will be updated.