Bryan Stow says ‘It’s magical’ after going outside last week 

click to enlarge Improving Giants fan Bryan Stow went outside for the first time in six months last Friday, closing his eyes in the sun and saying, “It’s magical,” according to his family. (AP file photo) - IMPROVING GIANTS FAN BRYAN STOW WENT OUTSIDE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SIX MONTHS LAST FRIDAY, CLOSING HIS EYES IN THE SUN AND SAYING, “IT’S MAGICAL,” ACCORDING TO HIS FAMILY. (AP FILE PHOTO)
  • Improving Giants fan Bryan Stow went outside for the first time in six months last Friday, closing his eyes in the sun and saying, “It’s magical,” according to his family. (AP file photo)
  • Improving Giants fan Bryan Stow went outside for the first time in six months last Friday, closing his eyes in the sun and saying, “It’s magical,” according to his family. (AP file photo)

Improving Giants fan Bryan Stow went outside for the first time in six months last Friday, closing his eyes in the sun and saying, “It’s magical,” according to his family.

The paramedic from Santa Cruz who suffered a severe brain injury after being attacked outside Dodger Stadium on Opening Day only recently began to talk again.

Now he is “more responsive and getting stronger,” his family said Monday on a website dedicated to Stow’s recovery.

“The physical and occupational therapists are going to be seeing him 5 days a week now, since he is more responsive and getting stronger,” the family said.

He only says a few words at a time, but he greets people entering his room, tells his family he loves them and blows kisses, smiles.

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