HOUSTON (AP) — A sports journalist found wandering near a Houston highway after being reported missing has been discharged following several days in a hospital.
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Courtney Roland on Monday tweeted a message of thanks to medical personnel, Houston police and others who helped after what she calls an “adverse reaction” to her prescription medication.
Roland, who covers Texas A&M athletics for Rivals.com, a Yahoo!-owned publication focusing on college sports, didn’t identify the medication. She was discharged Friday.READ MORE: Dallas Police Ask Public For Help Finding Deadly Hit-And-Run Suspects
The 29-year-old Roland was found Jan. 8 after being reported missing a day earlier. Officials say Roland had sent nonsensical texts to her mother.
Police said Roland suffered memory loss from reaction to the medication and was hospitalized for evaluation.
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