The 42-year-old, who is a paramedic in Santa Clara County, was flown by medical jet following an over monthlong stay at the Los Angeles-USC Medical Center. He will be under the care of Dr. Geoffrey Manley and his team at San Francisco General Hospital.
While he remains in critical condition, doctors from both sites agreed that he was stable enough to be flown back to the Bay Area, where most of his family resides.
Stow was with friends when he was confronted by two men following the game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants on March 31. According to police reports, the men taunted him, then hit him from behind, causing him to fall to the ground.
No arrests have been made in the case, though police have released sketches of the suspects and billboards have been donated around the city with those sketches on them.
Stow’s family has asked for privacy during this time of transition, but said they will continue to update a website, created to keep the public aware of his condition and fundraising efforts.
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