Bryan Stow placed back into coma

The San Francisco Giants fan who was brutally assaulted on March 31 at Dodger Stadium was placed back into a medically induced coma on Saturday due to a recurrence of seizures related to his head trauma, a hospital news release said this morning.

The San Francisco Giants fan who was brutally assaulted on March 31 at Dodger Stadium was placed back into a medically induced coma on Saturday due to a recurrence of seizures related to his head trauma, a hospital news release said Sunday morning.

Bryan Stow remains in critical condition, according to Rosa Saca, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center.

Stow, 42, will be monitored closely for the next few days to see when it may be possible to reduce the medication again, Saca said. Stow sustained possible brain damage in the attack.

Stow was honored with a pregame ceremony and fundraiser before the Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers played last Monday in San Francisco. His family remains at his bedside in Los Angeles.

A reward of at least $120,000 — including funds promised by the Giants and Dodgers — has been promised for information leading to the arrests of the two assailants responsible for the attack.
 

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