Bryan Stow will leave hospital more than 6 months after beating
Injured Giants fan Bryan Stow will be released from San Francisco General Hospital and to a rehab center, doctors announced Tuesday.
The news comes after several weeks of positive reports about Stow's health.
Stow, who suffered brain damage in the March attack at Dodger Stadium, has shown significant progress since undergoing shunt surgery to relieve pressure on his brain. He had begun talking and interacting with his family.
Stow, a father of two, was walking through the Dodger Stadium parking lot with two friends after the Dodgers' opening-day victory over the Giants in March when he was attacked. Louie Sanchez, 29, and Marvin Norwood, 30, have been charged in connection with the attack.
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Photo: Giants fan Bryan Stow, shown with his children at a baseball game. Credit: Beck Diefenbach / Reuters