breaking newsTexas authorities found a homeless man at risk of Ebola, NBC News reported Sunday. He reportedly came into contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person in America to be diagnosed with the virus. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said the person, who was preliminarily identified as Michael Lively, was a “low-risk individual.” “We are working to locate the individual and get him to a comfortable, compassionate place where we can monitor him and care for his every need for the full incubation period,” Jenkins said in an emailed statement before Lively was located. “I want to emphasize that he is a low risk individual and we are doing this out of precautionary measures.” A reporter for KTVT-TV, Dallas, tweeted a picture of Lively, the person who reportedly came into contact with Duncan. He said officials described him as a “panhandler.” He was purportedly in a group of 38 people who were tested for Ebola and then went “missing,” Dr. Tom Frieden, director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said during a press conference. The man did not exhibit symptoms of the deadly virus, but officials want to watch him during the full incubation period as a precaution, The Dallas Morning News reported. More