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Sports to Horror Accident: Woods talks about amputation

01:40  30 november  2021
01:40  30 november  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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Tiger Woods ' injuries after his SUV wrecked in Southern California in February have been revealed in a crash report by paramedics who responded to the scene. oods, 45, was knocked unconscious and suffered a gash to his jaw.

Baroness bus crash victim John Baizley faced having his arm amputated following the horror accident that saw the band's vehicle plunging 30ft off a bridge. As ClassicRockMagazine reports, the drama took place in England in a heavy rainstorm after the bus brakes failed, and put the entire US band and their driver in hospital. He tells Metal Sucks : " My surgeons did an incredible job I can tell they even pleased themselves. The day before surgery we were talking about amputation or not having any use of my hands.

After his heavy car accident, Tiger Woods reported again for the first time. The Golf Star talks about its hospital stay, a cushioned amputation - and its possible return.

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Tiger Woods is known for its tremendous success as well as for its escapades and unpacks.

The youngest wore in November this year when the Golf Star in Los Angeles County lost control over his off-road car and raced against a tree at a high speed.

Woods spent three weeks in a hospital, had to learn piece by piece to go back and move.

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Deputy Carlos Gonzalez of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the first responder at the scene of Tiger Woods ’ accident Tuesday, tells TODAY’s Craig Melvin: “I did consider pulling him out myself but I decided to wait for the fire department since they have the specialized tools and training.” He says “I don’t think he was aware of how gravely he was injured.” He adds: “We didn’t see any evidence of impairment.”

Woods is recovering from “serious” leg injuries, which are not believed to be life-threatening. The authorities are investigating the crash solely as an accident , not as a criminal case. Tiger Woods was rushed to a hospital with serious leg injuries on Tuesday morning in Los Angeles County after he was involved in a single-car crash in a hilly area known for car crashes. After emergency surgery on Tuesday, Woods underwent additional procedures on Friday and was said to be “recovering and in good spirits,” according to a statement.

particularly affected his leg, which - as he has betrayed - was just before an amputation.

"There was a time when it was damn close to it that I leave the hospital with a leg," Woods said in conversation with Golf Digest .

Meanwhile, the 45-year-old is on the path of improvement, is even back on the golf course to beat a few balls, as various videos prove.

Woods wants to play tour sometimes again

"I think it's realistic that I play the tour someday again," Woods continued. "Never complete, but so that I look after some events, as it did Ben Hogan at that time."

he could prepare for himself and so in the future to deny a season. That's a "regrettable reality, but it's my reality. I understood and accepted it, "explained Woods, who also reported to his passion period at home.

"I was stuck in my house and could not do what I love most: to go outside and just to be outside," said the 15-color Major winner. "Sometimes I got out with my crutches and just put myself to the grass for an hour."

Woods knew that he no longer had to play against the very big ones to be happy. "I can also participate in the Golf. Here and there I can visit a tournament. But to climb the mountain again and come up close - I think that's not a realistic expectation. "

Weekend practice sessions for Tiger fuel talk about return .
NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Tiger Woods kept everyone guessing at the Hero World Challenge with weekend range sessions that got as much attention as the two eagles Viktor Hovland made in his comeback victory. What's next? Only he knows. It started two weeks ago with a three-second video of one swing from a short iron and the message, “Making progress.” In his first news conference since the February car crash in Los Angeles that damaged his right leg, Woods painted a less optimistic picture. His answer to one query last Tuesday was that his leg and lower back hurt just sitting there.

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