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Bryan Stow Released From Hospital

Bryan Stow, victim of Dodgers Stadium attack, is being transferred out of the hospital and into a rehab center.

Bryan Stow has been released from San Francisco General Hospital, and is being transferred to a rehabilitation facility, doctors announced Tuesday.

Stow, 42, suffered severe brain injuries and was hospitalized for seven months after being attacked in the Dodgers Stadium parking lot after the home opener in March. 

At a press conference Tuesday, the chief of neurosurgery Dr. Geoff Manley said that Stow is being released to an undisclosed rehabilitation center.

Two men have been charged in Stow's beating.

Stow's family recently released an update saying that Stow is speaking and moving his limbs.

Doctors predict that Stow, a father of two, still has a long road to recovery.

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