Tiger Woods Has "Multiple Open Fractures" In Leg After Crash Near L.A.

(Los Angeles, CA) -- Golf legend Tiger Woods is recovering from surgery after the SUV he was driving went off the road and rolled yesterday morning in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. Doctors at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center inserted a rod and screws in his right leg below the knee to stabilize what they called multiple open fractures in the two main bones in the lower leg. The crash also broke bones in the 45-year-old Woods' right foot and ankle. An L.A. County Sheriff's deputy said he found Woods lucid and still strapped into his seatbelt, trapped in the vehicle that was on its side. Deputy Carlos Gonzales told reporters the seatbelt and the SUV's safety features might have saved Woods' life.

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