Injured Giants fan Bryan Stow was transferred from Burbank to San Francisco Monday. Stow was flown by jet from Burbank to SFO touching down around 1:15 p.m. He was then taken by a mini ambulance caravan to SF General Hospital. Stow is an employee of the AMR ambulance service and one of the rigs he used to work on was in that caravan.
Stow was attacked on opening day at Dodgers Stadium by a group of men wearing Dodger's apparel. He has been in a coma ever since.
"This truly is the City of Angels," Stow's mother, Ann, said at a Sunday news conference.
He will be hospitalized at the Traumatic Brain Injury Center in San Francisco. The move will allow the Stow family to be closer to their home in Santa Cruz.
In a statement released Friday afternoon, LAC-USC officials said, "The medical team for Mr. Bryan Stow has deemed Mr. Stow's condition stable to be able to be transferred to San Francisco General and Trauma Center in San Francisco. Please note that his overall condition remains critical and he continues to be in a coma."
Police have made no arrests in the case, but are monitoring 'persons of interest.'
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