Bryan Stow, the Giants fan who was brutally beaten in the parking lot after the game remains in critical condition. A reward has now been offered for any information regarding his attackers. Find out all the latest updates about his condition, hear what the doctors and his family are saying all in our story below.
42 year-old Brian Stow, a Santa Cruz resident who works at American Medical Response, the San Jose ambulance company, was severely beaten at Dodgers Stadium by two Dodgers fans who attacked him from behind, Bryan hit his head on the asphalt as he fell, they beat him and then ran away in a car driven by a woman.
Bryan, a married man and father of two gorgeous children, remains in the hospital were he is in an induced coma to reduce the swelling of his brain. His doctor at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, Dr. Gabriel Zada, said Bryan suffered a severe skull fracture and bad bruising to his frontal lobe, he shows signs of brain damage and dysfunction.
His surgeons started to worry he would die so they opted to remove a part of Mr. Stow’s skull to reduce the pressure on his brain, thank God his condition stabilized. His family has spoken about the great sorrow they feel right now, but their faith is strong and know their dear Bryan will beat this, they added they don’t seek revenge and urged fans not to seek revenge either.
“We would like to use this as a rallying cry to stop unnecessary violence in our greatest pastime and all other sports, not only here but abroad.”
The San Francisco Giants have donated $10,000 to the Bryan Stow Fund to help his family plus during the home opener game against L.A. they will honor him. For any donations you can do so via The Bryan Stow Fund, Account No. 1377733, San Francisco Police Credit Union, 1495 S. El Camino Real, San Mateo CA 94402.
“Bryan is a father, paramedic and lifelong Giants fan who has dedicated himself to caring for others. Now he needs our support as he fights for his life following this brutal and unconscionable act of violence.”
A reward is being offered to anyone who can give information leading to his attackers. What first started with $10,000 has now grown to $100,000. If you know anything regarding this case, you can call (213)-847-4261, ask for Detective Percy Morris or Detective Larry Burcher of the Los Angeles Police Department.
From our Rightfielders family to the Stow family we want to tell you our prayers are with you right now, we pray for your faith to be strong and for Bryan’s complete and full recovery. Our hearts are by your side, keep the faith! Send your message to Bryan’s family in the comments box below.