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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

911 Call For Tiger Woods’ Mother-In-Law Released

ORLANDO, Fla. --

The 911 call that brought emergency responders from the Orange County, Florida Fire Department to the side of Tiger Woods’ mother-in-law, Barbro Holmberg, was released on Tuesday afternoon.

“Oh my God… help… my mom just collapsed,” a caller, who seems to be Elin Nordegren — Holmberg’s daughter and Woods’ wife — said on the call, which was placed around 2:30 AM EST on Tuesday from Woods’ home.

In the call, which lasted just over three minutes, the caller explained to authorities that her 57-year-old mother “collapsed in the bathroom.”

“She said she collapsed and she fainted… and she’s been down for a while,” the caller, believed to be Nordegren, added.

The female caller told the 911 operator that she rushed to her mother’s side after hearing the incident.

“I heard her fall and then I ran in there and tried to get her up,” the caller added.

During the call, the 911 operator urged the audibly upset caller to remain calm. A baby was heard crying the background.

After answering question about Holmberg’s condition, the caller suggested to the 911 operator that they no longer needed emergency services.

“So you still want the paramedics to come out?” the woman asked.

“No, I think we’re fine. I’m sorry,” she said before the 911 operator convinced the woman they needed to come out to the property to check Holmberg out.

“We’d rather come check her and see and come check her vitals and make sure everything is OK,” the operator said.

“OK… I mean, I can, it’s not urgent though,” the caller said.

As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Holmberg was taken to Health Central Hospital in Ocoee, Fla. early Tuesday morning.

“Last evening, Barbro Holmberg, mother of Elin Woods, was admitted to Health Central Hospital with stomach pain. She’s in stable condition and is currently undegoing evaluations,” Health Central Hospital’s Director of Marketing, Dan Yates, told reporters during a morning press conference. “Media reports other than this, attributed to this matter, have been erroneous and speculative and we ask that her privacy be respected at this time.”

Yates said the statement was made in conjunction with the family’s wishes.

By the afternoon, the hospital had announced that Holmberg had been released and returned to her daughter’s home.

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