Emergency call at Tiger Woods' home

A woman was taken from Tiger Woods' Orlando area home early Tuesday and taken to the hospital.

Orange County Fire Rescue spokeswoman Genevieve Latham told the Orlando Sentinel that firefighters responded to a call at 2:36 a.m. at Woods' Isleworth mansion.

Emergency personnel reportedly took a woman from the home on a stretcher. Orlando TV station WESH showed video of a woman on a stretcher being taken into Health Central Hospital in Ocoee.

Health Central Hospital  is the same hospital where Woods was treated after he crashed his black Cadillac Escalade outside his house on Nov. 27.

Video footage taken at the hospital show a black Cadillac Escalade, similar to the vehicle Woods had crashed outside his home, appeared at Health Central Hospital shortly after the 911 call to Woods' home, a report on WFTV.com shows. The news site described the driver as a blonde woman.

Woods' personal life has been in chaos since the Nov. 27 crash as reports of marital infidelity have surfaced. Woods issued a statement apologizing for his "transgressions" and several Web sites reported Monday that his wife, Elin, had moved out of the Isleworth mansion and moved into a nearby home that Woods owns.