Bryan Stow may be moved back to San Francisco 

Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who was brutally beaten after a baseball game in Los Angeles, could soon be moved to a hospital in San Francisco, according to news reports.

NBC LA is reporting that the Stow family is working to have the 42-year-old father of two moved to UCSF Medical Center.

Stow was attacked by two men after the Opening Day game that the San Francisco Giants played at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Stow, who was wearing a Giants jersey to the game, had texted his cousin during the sixth inning to say that he felt unsafe at the game. Stow has been in a coma since the attack.

“There are no formulated plans as of yet,” said Stow’s neurosurgeon Gabriel Zada. Zada did confirm however that UCSF Medical has been contacted for a possible transfer.

Zada said while no other Bay Area medical center has been contacted, he and the Stow family hope to transfer the injured Giants fan to UCSF next week.

“We’re hoping,” Zada added.

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