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Dodger Stadium Beating Victim Bryan Stow's Condition Upgraded to Serious

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Bryan Stow, the Giants fan who was severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium on Opening Day, was upgraded to serious condition by doctors at a San Francisco hospital on Wednesday, according to the AP. Stow, who suffered brain damage and was in a coma for several weeks, had been in critical condition since the March 31st incident.

The 42-year-old Santa Clara paramedic is now breathing without a ventilator and can intermittently follow some basic commands, said doctors at San Francisco General Hospital. The Stow family has been updating supporters on Bryan's status and accepting donations at support4bryanstow.com.

No arrests have been made in the ongoing investigation for suspects in the March 31 beating. LAPD believes it has apprehended a prime suspect, Giovanni Ramirez, who's in prison on a parole violation.