HOKESVILLE, Tennessee – (Reuters) – A Tennessee man who spent a night at a hotel parking lot in Nashville after authorities determined he was not impaired by alcohol was allowed to return home after a night out with friends, a hospital spokeswoman said on Tuesday.
The man, whose name was not released, was allowed back into his hotel room and his cell phone was returned to him, hospital spokeswoman Elizabeth Moore said in a statement.
He was treated for a mild concussion, dehydration and exhaustion.
He also suffered a minor concussion.
Authorities had initially said they were considering a criminal charge against the man after he returned home after midnight and told them he was having a blackout, but later changed their mind and said he was fine.