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Giants fan beaten at Dodgers game well enough for move to San Francisco hospital

A San Francisco Giants fan severely beaten after the Dodgers' home opener in March has improved enough that he can be released from County-USC Medical Center, his family announced Friday.

"The day has finally come! Bryan is now stable enough to bring home up north," said the family of Bryan Stow, a Santa Clara, Calif.-area paramedic who suffered brain damage in the attack. "This time is so bittersweet...we are happy we get to bring Bryan home."

Stow will be treated at San Francisco General Hospital.

Two suspects, yelling an expletive, knocked Stow to the ground March 31 and then repeatedly kicked and hit him in the upper body and head, leaving him with a severely fractured skull and damage to his frontal lobe, police said.

The first suspect is described as a stocky male Latino, 5-foot-6 to 5-foot-10, and 170 pounds. He has a shaved head, mustache and goatee, and possibly tattoos on his neck. He also has a mole on the left side of his cheek. The second suspect is described as a Latino or white male. He is about 6-foot-1, with short hair and hazel eyes. He may have tattoos on his shoulder.

A third suspect, a female, is being sought for driving the men away from the scene in a car carrying a boy about 10 years old.

Det. Pjai Morris said as many as 100 people witnessed the attack, and that officials are asking anyone with information to come forward by calling the Los Angeles Police Department at (877) LAPD-24-7 or (877) 527-3247.


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-- Shelby Grad

Photo: Bryan Stow and his family.
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