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Tiger Woods Injuries Not As Severe?

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WESH Channel 2 of Orlando Florida is reporting that Tiger Woods was treated for facial lacerations and released from Health Central Hospital around 3 pm EST. Woods hit a fire hydrant and his neighbor's tree from his driveway with his 2009 black Escalade around 2:30 am EST where an investigation and charges are pending where alcohol was not involved.

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