Hero Who Disarmed Monterey Park Shooting Suspect Speaks Out

The suspect in Saturday's mass shooting in Monterey Park, CA is dead following a police standoff.

  • 72-year-old Huu Can Tran was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside a white cargo van in Torrance, about 30 miles from the crime scene.
  • A handgun and other evidence were recovered from the scene.
  • Investigators say Tran was once a regular visitor to the Star Ballroom Dance Studio where the shooting took place, and even met his ex-wife there.
  • Police are still investigating Tran's motive.
  • Mass shooting at ballroom dance studio in Monterey Park after a Lunar New Year celebration.
  • 10 dead at the scene
  • At least 10 wounded and taken to local hospitals.
  • Shooter went to second location Lai Lai dance studio.
  • Hero Brandon Tsay, 26, was in the lobby when the shooter came in brandishing a gun.
  • Tsay told GMA, he tackled Tran and snatched the gun after quite a struggle. The shooter then left went to the hospital and then drove 22 miles to Torrance where he killed himself.


Meanwhile, GoFundMe has launched a hub of verified fundraisers to help and is continually being updated with verified accounts.

You can donate via the Monterey Park Shooting: How To Help hub.

The link stretches across all social media channels and encourages donations to victims and their families to who need help.

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