Firefighters in Orange County, Fla., responded to a medical situation at the home of Tiger Woods this morning after a 911 call was received at 2:36 a.m.
And you thought this story couldn't possibly get any crazier.
A radio log showed an adult woman was transported to Health Central Hospital in Ocoee, Fla., via ambulance. The patient initially refused transport.
She was later listed as an advanced life support patient.
Several sites have reported that Barbro Holmberg, the mother of Tiger Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, had arrived in the area to be with her yesterday.
It is not known if she was the patient, but video from the hospital showed a middle-aged woman (Barbro is 57) being removed from an ambulance ...
A woman was taken from Tiger Woods' home by ambulance today.
A black Cadillac Escalade was seen leaving the hospital shortly after the ambulance arrived. Its tag was similar to the one involved in Tiger Woods' crash.
Woods owns a second black Escalade, for what it's worth.
The mysterious 911 call and hospitalization comes on the heels of reports that Tiger's wife moved out of the Isleworth, Fla., mansion she shared with Tiger.
The number of Tiger Woods mistresses we can identify has reached seven, while some sources say the actual number may be at least 10 if not higher.
Several celebrity news sites said Elin Nordegren Woods had enough and moved out of the couple's $2.6 million home and into another nearby home.
That home is also owned by Woods.
UPDATE: ESPN has confirmed that the hospitalized woman was in fact Barbro Holmberg, Tiger's mother-in-law. More details to follow shortly ...