Second patient being tested for Ebola in SacramentoBREAKING NEWS – A Sacramento hospital admitted a patient suspected of having Ebola on Friday, the same day state officials said a second patient tested negative for the disease at another hospital. Kaiser Permanente officials said a person was admitted to their South Sacramento hospital on Wednesday evening at the request of the California Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in order to be tested for the disease. “The patient is considered low risk for Ebola and is being cared for and monitored in our Ebola Special Care Unit, out of an abundance of caution,” according to a statement from Kaiser. Test results are pending. No information was released about the patient, including whether the person had traveled to the West African countries at the center of the deadly Ebola outbreak. On Thursday, officials at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento said they were treating a patient “exhibiting symptoms consistent with Ebola infection.” Test results Friday came back negative for the patient at UC Davis Medical Center. That patient had symptoms consistent with Ebola and had recently traveled to a West African country at the center of the ongoing Ebola outbreak, health officials said in a statement. More