Bryan Stow Arrives at San Francisco General

The Giants fan has been in a coma since two men attacked him on opening day

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    Bryan Stow, the Giants fan who was attacked on opening day at Dodgers Stadium, left Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center at 11:35 a.m. Monday.

    He was taken by ambulance to Burbank Airport, en route to San Francisco in a private jet. An earlier report indicated Stow and his family would leave from LAX.

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    The family returns to the Bay area.

    The ambulance was escorted through Los Angeles by at least four police cars.

    By 12:07 p.m., Stow was aboard the jet, which departed Burbank at 12:18 p.m. He arrived at San Francisco General Hospital at 1:48 p.m.

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    The 42-year-old is hospitalized at the Traumatic Brain Injury Center at SF General. The move allows the Stow family to be closer to their home in Santa Cruz.

    "This truly is the City of Angels," Stow's mother, Ann, said at a Sunday news conference. "You will never be forgotten."

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    The San Francisco Giants fan severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium is about to be transferred to a Bay Area hospital. Brian Stow is still in critical condition, but he's now stable enough to be moved closer to his home.

    Stow has remained in a coma at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center since two men attacked him after the Giants-Dodgers baseball game.

    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 as early as Monday morning. Please note that his overall condition remains critical and he continues to be in a coma."

    Police have made no arrests in the case.