The Tiger Woods 911 tape was released Sunday night, but the only thing you can really get from it is that his rich neighbors apparently only use cordless phones with limited bas station range.
As the slightly panicked neighbor is telling fire-rescue about an apparently unconscious Woods lying in the street next to his Escalade, his phone craps out, leaving the dispatchers to chit-chat about the scene until help arrives.
What you don’t hear is a golf club-swinging Elin Nordegren accenting her way through the call. Nor is Woods on audio.
Of course, with the Woods family ducking the cops for a third attempt at an interview, it’s no wonder they’re not being heard from on this tape, either.
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