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2 people were hit and knocked down by a group in the St. Paul skyway

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Two men were attacked by a group of young males in the St. Paul skyway, leaving one victim with a bruised and bloodied face and the other with a broken wrist.

The Pioneer Press reports a group of younger males approached the victims – one the age of 23, the other 59 – the evening of Jan. 19, in the Town Square area of the skyway, near Bremer Tower.

Both victims were hit in the face and knocked to the ground; the 59-year-old man also suffered a broken wrist, the Pioneer Press reports.

According to WCCO, the victims estimate there were about six assailants, most of them wearing red.

Police are investigating.

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