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Stow Recovery: Beaten Medic Writes Name

He hasn't been able to do so since March 31


 
 

Rick Hurd, The Contra Costa Times | | Thursday, November 3, 2011


Bryan Stow's recovery from the savage beating he suffered at Dodger Stadium in March crossed another hurdle, his family announced Wednesday.

Stow, who was nearly beaten to death after the San Francisco Giants' opening game of the regular season, wrote his name for the first time since the March 31 attack. His family shared the news on the website they created for him after the incident.

"This picture speaks volumes, and we are so proud of him," the family wrote on support4bryanstow.com underneath an image of Stow's writing.

The 42-year-old paramedic and father of two was punched in the head, kicked and slammed onto the concrete. Two men from San Bernardino County have pleaded not guilty to charges of mayhem assault and battery.
 



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