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Monday, April 4, 2011

Fundraiser: AMR Santa Clara County Paramedic injured during an assault.

The AMR family is deeply saddened by the events that took place on 3/31 when Bryan Stow, a longtime AMR Santa Clara County Paramedic, was seriously injured during an assault following the LA Dodgers/San Francisco Giants game in LA.  
He has been taken to a USC Medical Center and is grave condition. Our hearts and prayers go out to Bryan and his family. He is an outstanding emergency care provider and is well liked among his peers.   We spend everyday responding to patients in their time of need, unfortunately it is now one of our own that finds themselves fighting for their life.
We have received many inquiries about what we can do and how people can help Bryan and his family during this time.  We will keep you up to date as we get more information on Bryan’s condition. 
Attached is a flyer explaining how you can help. 

FUNDRAISERS FOR PARAMEDIC
BRYAN STOW   
Bryan was severely injured at the San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Game on Thursday, March 31st.
He is in the Intensive Care Unit in L.A. and has two young boys.
Funds will be placed in a Trust for the children and to assist with his families bills for accommodations and food while they are with him in L.A.
BBQ Fundraiser Wednesday, April 6th - Noon to 8:00pm
1670 Las Plumas Ave, San Jose 
AMR Headquarters [Next to SJFD Station 34]
We also hope to be selling t-shirts and bracelets
Or Donate directly to his Fundraising Account:
Commonwealth Credit Union
www.CUSWIRL.com  Act #118881

Or via your PayPal account.  Go to www.PayPal.com
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Call Daniel Franklin, Operations Manager, with questions.  408.590.4222
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