SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A 911 emergency call recorded after San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow was viciously attacked in the Dodger Stadium parking lot in 2011 was released Wednesday in the trial of a lawsuit seeking damages from the team and former owner Frank McCourt.
“He’s not doing good,” the male caller tells the police dispatcher. “He’s breathing. He’s got a pulse, but he’s not conscious.”
Stow, 45, is alleging that the team and former owner Frank McCourt provided insufficient parking lot security.
The 911 call was played for jurors in court Wednesday.
“Hi, I’m an off-duty paramedic. My partner here, that’s also a paramedic, was punched from the side. He didn’t see it coming. He’s unconscious. He’s got snoring respirations at the moment, bleeding out of his left ear. … We need ambulance right now,” he said.
A security manager admitted in court on Wednesday that on March 31, the day of the assault, there were not enough ushers or security guards in some areas of the stadium, according to KTLA.
Stow’s attorney, Tom Girardi said outside court last week that it had been too much for the former paramedic requires constant care, which his lawyers say could cost $50 million over his lifetime.
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