ET has obtained audio of the 911 call made by a neighbor of Tiger Woods following the pro golfer's Friday morning car crash. Click HERE to listen.
"I have someone down in front of my house," the unidentified neighbor tells the dispatcher. "I came out here just to see what was going on. ... I see him, and he's laying down."
The acclaimed golfer had just pulled out of his driveway in his Cadillac SUV when his car struck a fire hydrant, leaving the front of his vehicle stuck in a tree. Windermere police chief Daniel Saylor told the Associated Press that Woods' wife told officers that she heard the accident from inside their house and broke the back window of the vehicle with a golf club.