Sept. 13, 2011
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Giants fan Bryan Stow, injured in an Opening Day attack in Los Angeles, underwent successful shunt surgery, his family announced on their website Tuesday.
According to the site, Stow's "surgery went smooth and the CT scan came back looking good." The family also reported that they saw Bryan and his eyes were open.
The Santa Cruz paramedic was attacked on Opening Day at Dodger Stadium and has been hospitalized since. Earlier this week his lawyers estimated that Stows medical costs would exceed 50 million.Louie Sanchez, 29, and Marvin Norwood, 30, are charged with mayhem, assault and battery in the attack on Stow.Prosecutors contend that Sanchez hit two of Stow's friends before chasing down Stow and punching him from behind in the side of his head.