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Ambulance Crew Thought Tiger Crash Involved Domestic Violence

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Mar. 12 2010, Published 11:56 a.m. ET

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According to new documents released by the Florida Highway Patrol, the ambulance crew involved in Tiger Woods' November car crash thought it was a domestic violence incident and wouldn't allow Elin Nordegren to ride in the same ambulance as Tiger.

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The FHP trooper who responded to the crash scene wrote in the document, "As the paramedics loaded Tiger into a Health Central Ambulance, one of the crew stated that Tiger's wife could not go in ambulance because this was a domestic," TMZ reports.

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The officer, according to the document, "never heard Tiger speak or Tiger's wife make any such statement about domestic violence."

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The document also reports that Elin gave two bottles of pain pills to troopers after the crash.

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