Lindsey Vonn ‘praying’ for Tiger Woods after automobile crash


Lindsey Vonn is “praying” for Tiger Woods after the legendary golfer was in a critical automobile crash Tuesday morning in Los Angeles.

The Olympic skier tweeted Tuesday afternoon after the information broke.

“Praying for TW proper now,” she mentioned together with a prayer hand emoji.

Woods and Vonn dated from March 2013 to Could 2015.

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“After almost three years collectively, Tiger and I’ve mutually determined to finish our relationship,” Vonn mentioned on the time. “I’ll at all times cherish the recollections that we’ve created collectively. Sadly, we each lead extremely hectic lives that pressure us to spend a majority of our time aside. I’ll at all times admire and respect Tiger. He and his lovely household will at all times maintain a particular place in my coronary heart.”

Golfer Tiger Woods and ski racer Lindsey Vonn dated from March 2013 to Could 2015.<br>
(Picture by Ethan Miller/Getty Photographs)

Woods was injured on Tuesday and wanted to be extricated from his automobile with the “jaws of life,” the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Division mentioned.

Woods was the only real occupant within the crash close to the Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes neighborhoods of Los Angeles. Officers mentioned the crash occurred at round 7:12 a.m. and the automobile sustained “main harm.”

Vonn is 'praying' for Woods after the legendary golfer was in a serious car accident Tuesday morning in Los Angeles.

Vonn is ‘praying’ for Woods after the legendary golfer was in a critical automobile accident Tuesday morning in Los Angeles.
(Getty Photographs)

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Woods’ agent Mark Steinberg launched a press release following the crash.

“Tiger Woods was in a single-car accident this morning in California the place he suffered a number of leg accidents. He’s at the moment in surgical procedure and we thanks to your privateness and assist,” Steinberg mentioned.

Fox Information’ Ryan Gaydos and Daniel Canova contributed to this report.



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