Bryan Stow: Giants Fan Remains in Critical Condition but Is Improving
Doctors Say Bryan Stow Showing Signs of Improvement
The San Francisco Giants fan that was attacked on Opening Day remains in critical condition. Doctors say that Bryan Stow, who was beaten unconscious by two drunk Dodgers fans, is improving.
Stow has been able to open his eyes, but is still in critical condition at San Francisco General Hospital. Dr. Geoff Manley said that 42-year-old Stow has been removed off of one of five anti-seizure medications since arriving from a Los Angeles hospital on Monday.
Stow's brain has been monitored for 30 plus hours and is did not show any signs of seizure like activity.
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Doctors said that these were good signs, but they still cannot predict a time table for his recovery. The goal now is to move Stow off of all medications, and hopefully things will be OK.
Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Dodgers have upped the reward from $100,000 to $200,000. The police have over 500 leads, and the sketches of the two suspects will soon be featured on billboards in the Los Angeles area.
The Dodgers will host the Giants tonight in a short two game series. There will be increased security at Dodger Stadium tonight.
One can only hope that justice is served to the suspects who did this to Stow. It's extremely unsportsmanlike and whoever did this deserves every bit of criticism and hopefully one day will serve time.
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