Donation Fund Set Up for Giants Fan

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    Bryan Stow remains in the hospital. The Giants fan from Santa Cruz was attacked by two men after the Opening Day game in the parking lot at Dodger Stadium. Stow remains in critical but stable condition.

    A 41-year-old paramedic and Giants fan named Bryan Stow remains in a Los Angeles hospital Saturday after being attacked outside Dodger Stadium on Opening Day. The motive for the attack appears to be that he and his friends were wearing Giants gear.

    While leaving the stadium Thursday, Stow was taunted by two men wearing Los Angeles Dodgers apparel. The taunts turned physical as the two Dodger fans attacked Stow and hit him in the back of the head. Stow fell and hit his head on the pavement while his friends tried to get away from the attackers. The attackers continued the assault and kicked Stow while he was down.

    Stow was rushed to the hospital where he underwent surgery and remains in intensive care.  His attackers are still on the run.

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    His Bay Area co-workers set up a fund to help pay for his medical care. 

    Donations for Bryan: Go to at any bank listed at www.CUSWIRL.com or Common Wealth Credit Union and donate to account number 118881 at Common Wealth Credit Union.