PHOTOS: Tiger Woods’ Car Crash; New Pictures Show Location & Details

The first photos to come out from the Tiger Woods car crash in Los Angeles show a decimated vehicle in a field, and the latest photos to be released show more detail.

PHOTOS: Tiger Woods’ Car Crash; New Pictures Show Location & Details

The first photos to come out from the Tiger Woods car crash in Los Angeles show a decimated vehicle in a field, and the latest photos to be released show more detail, including new information on the location.

Los Angeles authorities said Woods was rescued from the vehicle with the jaws of life. Officials have not said how severe the PGA golfer’s injuries were, saying only that he was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Woods’ agents told ESPN he was in surgery for “multiple leg injuries.”

Here are the latest photos from the crash:


Photos Show Tiger Woods’ Car in Pieces Following the Accident & Reveal New Information About the Location

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GettyThe vehicle driven by golfer Tiger Woods lies on its side in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, on February 23, 2021, after a rollover accident.

New crash photos taken from the ground showed many more details than those that could be seen from the air. Additional photos show multiple angles of the crash from the ground.

The photos gave a better sense of the topography, and of how far Woods’ SUV dropped when it travelled off the road.

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GettyThe vehicle (C R) driven by golfer Tiger Woods lies on its side in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, on February 23, 2021, after a rollover accident.

The new photos also showed the landscape where the crash occurred. It happened in a heavily wooded area of the Los Angeles suburb near a steep hill.

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GettyA police car and tape block a street in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, on February 23, 2021, as police investigate a car accident involving golfer Tiger Woods.

New photos also showed the investigation. The road was blocked off with crime scene tape while the investigation took place.

WTRF 7 News Web Manager John Lynch shared clear photos of Woods’ SUV on the crash site.

“Clearer photos of the vehicle Tiger Woods was in that crashed this morning. @WTRF7News #tigerwoods #tiger #Golf #golftwitter,” he wrote on Twitter.

Woods was the only person involved in the rollover crash. Authorities did not immediately say what caused the crash.

ESPN reporter Adam Schefter shared an aerial photo of the vehicle.

“Tiger Woods’ vehicle after the crash this morning that now has him in surgery for what his agent is calling ‘multiple leg injuries,'” he wrote on Twitter.