New York, Dec 9 (ANI): The 911 call that was placed after professional golfer Tiger Woods' mother-in-law collapsed at his Florida mansion has been released.
A hysterical woman could be heard describing the situation to a dispatcher.
"Oh my God, my mom just collapsed," the New York Post quoted the caller as saying.
"She collapsed in the bathroom. What should I do?" the woman asked.
The dispatcher then asked if the mother was breathing, and the caller dropped the phone and ran back to the bathroom to check.
As the caller goes to check, a baby could be heard crying in the background, and when she returned, a little out of breath, she told the dispatcher that everything was fine.
"She's fine. I'm sorry I got so scared. It's not urgent, though, now," she said.
Even so, the dispatcher, after a series of questions, still insisted on sending a paramedic unit.
The caller said that she ran to a landline phone in the home after Elin Nordegren's mother Barbo Holmberg collapsed.
"She was down for a while. I heard her fall then I ran in there," the caller could be heard saying.
It is not immediately clear who had made the call, as Wood's mother-in-law and sister-in-law were staying in the home at the time.
Holmberg, who had arrived in the US from Sweden to be by her daughter's side as Woods' alleged affairs were revealed, was transported to Health Central Hospital with stomach pain, and later released. (ANI)