Thousands descended on Henry Miller Park Tuesday evening to remember six members of the Sikh Temple who were shot Sunday, and three who were injured, in Oak Creek.
Thousands of residents filled Henry Miller Park in Oak Creek Tuesday night for a vigil to honor those killed in Sunday's shootings at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. The evening started and ended with a traditional Sikh prayer in Punjabi, included the readings of the biographies of each of those killed and featured speeches from Gov. Scott Walker and others. The event took place at the end of Oak Creek's National Night Out, held annually to help bring the community closer together. Click here for more of our continuing coverage of the Sikh Temple shooting aftermath.