There is yet another twist in the the troubles of Tiger Woods.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that Orange County firefighters responded to a medical situation at Tiger Woods' Isleworth home Tuesday morning.
Genevieve Latham, a spokesperson for Orange County Fire Rescue, said firefighters responded to a home at Deacon Circle at 2:36 a.m. but the exact address of the call is listed as Tiger Woods’ home.
“It was a medical call and the patient refused to be transported to the hospital,” Latham told the Sentinel.
WESH-TV said that the woman was taken from the home “on advanced life support' to Health Central Hospital in Ocoee.
Sources have told Golf Channel that the woman was Elin Woods' mother, Barbro Holmberg, who arrived in Orlando from Sweden Monday.
According to a witness, a black SUV, similar to the one Woods crashed the day after Thanksgiving, showed up at the hospital minutes after the ambulance.
That witness told Fox News that “a nice-looking blonde woman” was driving that vehicle and looked similar to Woods’ wife.