Paramedics in Orange County, Florida, responded to a medical call early Tuesday at Tiger Woods’ house, the county fire service said.
A patient was taken to a hospital, said Genevieve Latham, a spokeswoman for Orange County Fire Rescue.
She said paramedics responded to an address on Deacon Circle. Property tax records show that house is owned by Woods’ wife.
CNN affiliate WESH-TV in Orlando reported that a woman was taken to Health Central Hospital in Ocoee.
It is the same hospital where Woods was taken after he crashed his sports utility vehicle following an altercation with his wife on November 27.
The Orlando Sentinel, citing Orange County property records, said the 911 call was to Woods’ mansion.
Both the TV station and the newspaper said a Cadillac Escalade, similar to the one Woods crashed, came to the Ocoee hospital shortly after the 911 call.
More as this story develops.