Feb 23, 2021
Tiger Woods is hospitalized after a serious car accident
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Woods, who was traveling alone in the crashed car, had to be removed from the vehicle by firefighters and “taken to a local hospital for his injuries,” the Los Angeles County sheriff’s office reported without specifying the severity of the injuries sustained by the athlete.
“The vehicle suffered significant damage,” the statement added.
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Elderly Bicyclist Dies After Being Hit By Car In San Jose Intersection
SAN JOSE (BCN) — An 81-year-old man riding a bicycle died after a vehicle struck him in San Jose on Saturday afternoon, according to police and the Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office.
The bicyclist, identified by the medical examiner’s office as elderly San Jose resident To Le, died after the collision reported at 12:54 p.m. in the area of Tully Road and McLaughlin Avenue.READ MORE: Update: Ghost Ship Fire Victims Families Angrily Address Defendant Derick Almena
Investigators determined a man driving a white Lexus west on Tully started to turn right onto northbound McLaughlin when he hit Le, who was going west across the street. The Lexus then struck a black 2007 Chevrolet SUV being driven by a woman north on McLaughlin, police said.READ MORE: San Jose Police Investigate 2nd Weekend Fatal Shooting, 9th Homicide Of The Year
Le was taken to a hospital and succumbed to his injuries at 6:32 p.m. Saturday. The drivers of the two vehicles did not suffer any injuries, according to police.MORE NEWS: Owner Of Solano County Island Fined $2.8M For Illegal Levee Repairs
The fatal collision is the sixth on San Jose city streets in 2021. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Detective Garcia with the San Jose police traffic investigations unit at (408) 277-4654.