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Sikh community reacts to suspected hate crime | Authorities say two men in a dark compact approached Bal and began swearing at him. Bal tried to cross the street in an attempt to escape, but the attackers backed up the car and hit him. Then they got out and beat the older man before fleeing the scene.

Hearing word of the attack saddened Randeep Singh, and also made him fearful knowing that a possible hate crime happened in his old neighborhood -- where his grandparents still live. "That's somebody's grandpa," Singh said. "That was somebody's dad, you know."

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