Sheriff’s office: Man at Texas hospital surrenders without incident.

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TOMBALL, Texas — Authorities say the father of a patient at a Texas hospital who became distraught over his son’s condition has surrendered without incident

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office said Saturday night that the man had been with his adult son inside a hospital room in the critical care unit of the Tomball Regional Medical Center, about 30 miles northwest of Houston.

Authorities had earlier said they believed he was holding at least two hostages.

They said he did not have a weapon.

Authorities said around 11 p.m. Saturday that the man was in custody and that the hospital was no longer under any lockdown.

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