World number one golfer Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment following a car accident in Florida on Friday.
Initial reports said he had been seriously injured, but Woods's website later said he was "admitted, treated and released in good condition".
Woods's car reportedly hit a fire hydrant and tree as he left his drive at 0225 local time (0725 GMT).
The 14-time major champion is thought to have received facial injuries.
The 33-year-old's wife Elin told police she used a golf club to smash out the back window of the car after hearing the crash from the house, local Windermere police chief Daniel Saylor told the Associated Press news agency.
Aerial footage shows the tree it is believed was struck in the accident
Saylor says his officers, who found Woods lying in the street drifting in and out of consciousness, do not believe alcohol was involved.
An inquiry into the crash is under way, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Woods owns a property in the suburb of Isleworth, an exclusive area near Orlando. The accident report was not released until nearly 12 hours after Woods was injured, and BBC Golf correspondent Ian Carter says the golf world was in shock as news of the accident emerged.
Source: BBC Sport - Golf - Golf star Tiger Woods injured in car accident