Tiger Woods Injured in Car Crash | Pacific Palisades
Golfer Tiger Woods, who hosted the Genesis Invitational last week at Riviera Country Club, was hospitalized Tuesday morning, February 23, and underwent surgery for what his agent Mark Steinberg described as “multiple leg injuries” after a single-car crash at 7:12 a.m. on the border of Rolling Hills Estates and Ranchos Palos Verdes.
Woods remained in the Los Angeles area after the tournament for a two-day shoot for Golf Digest/GOLFTV that involved the 15-time major champion giving on-course lessons to celebrities at Rolling Hills Country Club.
“The vehicle was traveling northbound on Hawthorne Boulevard, at Blackhorse Road, when it crashed,” according to a statement from Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. “The vehicle sustained major damage.”
As the Post went to print Tuesday, no further details were available about Woods’ condition, but a traffic investigation was being conducted by investigators from LASD Lomita Station.
Structure Fire | Rivas Canyon
Los Angeles Fire Department knocked down a structure fire on Friday, February 19, that was reported around 6:30 a.m. in a two-story, single-family dwelling in the 900 block of N Chautauqua Boulevard.
“Twenty-six firefighters located and extinguished [the] fire in the walls of a basement in 20 minutes,” according to LAFD spokesperson Margaret Stewart. “There are no injuries reported.”
Resilient Palisades Community Meeting | Pacific Palisades
Resilient Palisades will host its next community meeting on Thursday, March 4, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
The meeting will serve as an introduction to different teams that operate under the umbrella of the environmental organization, as well as giving attendees a chance to share ideas and meet neighbors.
“Optional but encouraged: bring an item that is, or that represents, something you are using/doing to reduce your carbon footprint or help the environment,” according to information shared ahead of the meeting.
The group is also hosting another visit by the Refillery LA Truck—a mobile refill station that offers eco-friendly soaps, detergents, personal care products and more—on Thursday, February 25, from 2 to 4 p.m. on Temescal Canyon Road.
For more information or to RSVP to the March 4 meeting, visit resilientpalisades.org.
dineL.A. | Palisades Village
Palisades Village eatery The Draycott is participating in the first spring iteration of dineL.A. Restaurant Week, which runs from March 1 to 14.
The restaurant will offer a $35 lunch special, which is available for on-site outdoor dining as well as takeout—with a menu that was not yet available as the Palisadian-Post went to print.
“The 14-day dining event is dedicated to supporting LA’s hard-hit restaurant community by encouraging Angelenos to support local establishments and will feature hundreds of restaurants that spotlight the city’s diverse cuisines and eating styles,” according to information shared ahead of the start. “This dineL.A. Restaurant Week builds upon the previous Fall 2020 program, highlighting on-site, al fresco dining, as well as exclusive takeout and delivery options thanks to a new partnership with Grubhub.”
For more information and a complete list of restaurants participating beyond the Palisades, visit discoverlosangeles.com/dinela.
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