LA firefighters rely on ax, luck to free Woods from crash

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LA firefighters rely on ax, luck to free Woods from crash

Fire engine probationary firefighter Cole Gomoll of Los Angeles County Fire Department - Station 106 poses for a photo with a flathead ax at his station Friday in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. He used the ax to cut away the windshield of a vehicle crashed by golfer Tiger Woods on Tuesday.
From left, fire Truck Captain Jeane Barrett, firefighter paramedic Sally Ortega, engine probationary firefighter Cole Gomoll, Battalion Chief Dean Douty, and Engine Captain Joe Peña, all first responders from Los Angeles County Fire Department - Station 106, pose for a photo at their station Friday.

LA firefighters rely on ax, luck to free Woods from crash

Fire engine probationary firefighter Cole Gomoll of Los Angeles County Fire Department - Station 106 poses for a photo with a flathead ax at his station Friday in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. He used the ax to cut away the windshield of a vehicle crashed by golfer Tiger Woods on Tuesday.
From left, fire Truck Captain Jeane Barrett, firefighter paramedic Sally Ortega, engine probationary firefighter Cole Gomoll, Battalion Chief Dean Douty, and Engine Captain Joe Peña, all first responders from Los Angeles County Fire Department - Station 106, pose for a photo at their station Friday.
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