Barbro Holmberg

Barbro Holmberg

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Tiger Woods' mother-in-law, has been released from the hospital after she was taken from Woods' Isleworth home early Tuesday morning, according to multiple reports.

Barbro Holmberg was treated at Health Central Hospital in Ocoee, the same hospital that had treated Woods after he crashed his black Escalade outside his house on Nov. 27.

According to Health Central Hospital spokesman Dan Yates, Holmberg, 57, left the facility around 2 p.m.

He said she is now recuperating at Woods's home in Windermere, Fla.

Emergency dispatchers received the call at 2:35 a.m. Tuesday requesting medical attention at 6348 Deacon Circle, according to a dispatch log released by Orange County Sheriff's Office.

The short call log was heavily redacted and little information was released.

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The call was transferred to Orange County Fire Rescue at 2:39 a.m. and deputies did not respond to the home, records show.

Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, has a twin sister, but it wasn't clear whether she was at the house.

Holmberg has been in the U.S. since late last week to comfort daugher Elin Nordegren Woods, according to reports in Scandenavian media.

Nordegren is one of Holmberg's three children with her former husband, journalist Thomas Nordegren. Holmberg, a member of the Social Democratic party, served as minister of migration and asylum from 2003 to 2006.

Woods, the world's top-ranked golfer, was treated for facial lacerations and released within 12 hours, according to investigative reports on the accident.

The Florida Highway Patrol suspected Woods was under the influence, but its request to subpoena Woods' medical records following that hospital stay was denied by the Orange-Osceola State Attorney's Office.

Video footage taken at the hospital shows 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.

The video shows the vehicle's tag is similar to the one on Woods' car, as reported in the Florida Highway Patrol's crash report.

The Woods family has come under international scrutiny since Thanksgiving week after Tiger's accident and after the National Enquirer broke a story about the golfer having an affair with New York City party hostess Rachel Uchitel.