911 caller from Woods' home asked for quick help

OCOEE, Fla. (AP) — A woman can be heard on a 911 recording asking a dispatcher to quickly send help for Tiger Woods' mother-in-law after she collapsed in a bathroom at the golfer's mansion.

In the recording obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press, the panicking woman tells the dispatcher that her mother has collapsed.

A few seconds later the woman says her mother is breathing and appears to be conscious. The caller is not identified. Woods' wife, Elin, has a twin sister and it is not known if she is also staying at the house.

Barbro Holmberg was taken by ambulance to Health Central Hospital with stomach pains. She was released 11 hours later and returned to the mansion. The 57-year-old is a Swedish politician.

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