Sikh Temple members host vigil for those killed, injured in Boston

OAK CREEK (WITI) -- Members of the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek on Thursday evening, April 18th held a vigil for those killed and injured in the attacks on Boston on Monday. Three were killed and nearly 150 were injured when two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.

The Sikhs have dealt with their own tragedy. In August of 2012, Wade Page entered the Sikh Temple during Sunday services and opened fire. Six were killed before Page took his own life.

The Sikhs plan to collect money to send to the Boston victims and their families.