Authorities have released the tape of the 911 call made after Tiger Woods' car accident, in which he crashed into a fire hydrant and tree, early Friday.
The male caller can be heard telling dispatchers, "I need an ambulance immediately, I have someone down outside my house ... It's a car accident."
He added: "My neighbor, he hit the tree. I see him and he's laying down." When the dispatcher asked if the person was unconscious, he said, "Yes."
Tiger's car crash occurred at 2:20 a.m. Friday. Woods has not told his side of the story yet. Listen to the audio of the Tiger Woods 911 call below ...
His wife, Elin Woods, was originally reported to have dialed 911 after the accident, but this recording from the golfer's obviously worried neighbor, whose tree Tiger Woods crashed into, is now believed to have placed the only 911 call.
Police still don't know why Tiger was trying to leave his house in haste at that time of night, but the prevailing theory is that he got into an ugly altercation with Elin over allegations that he had an affair with mistress Rachel Uchitel.
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