911 tape released in beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow 

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  • COURTESY JOHN STOW VIA AP FILE PHOTO
  • Bryan Stow is shown hugging his two kids in a photo taken before he was beaten in 2011.
A recording of the 911 call made by Bryan Stow's companion the night he was beaten outside Dodger Stadium after a March 31, 2011 opening game against the San Francisco Giants has been made public.

The 911 call was released yesterday during trial, as Stow sues the Dodgers and former team owner Frank McCourt. The lawsuit alleges the team did not provide adequate security in the parking lot the night Stow was beaten.

In the call, an off-duty paramedic who was with Stow in the parking lot describes the attack on Stow.

The attack left Stow in a coma for several months. He is now permanently disabled. In February of this year, Louie Sanchez, 31, and Marvin Norwood, 32, plead guilty to the attack. Sanchez was sentenced to eight years in prison; Norwood received a four-year sentence.

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