'Such a helpless feeling': Monterey Park grieves, struggles for answers; death toll climbs to 11: Updates

MONTEREY PARK, Calif. – A hero emerged, some victims' names were released, and this close-knit, predominantly Asian American city was in mourning as the death toll from an

elderly man's shooting rampage rose to 11 on Monday. The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services said Monday that one of the four people from the

Monterey Park shooting being treated at the LA County-USC Medical Center has died of gunshot wounds. A department's news release said another of the wounded patients was in

serious condition and the other two were recovering. Authorities said the initial death count from Saturday night's attack at a dance studio was 10, and at

least 10 were injured. Most of the victims were age 60 or older. Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning. Relatives

say the gunman, Huu Can Tran, 72, had once given free lessons at the Star Ballroom Dance Studio, where the killings took place hours after Lunar New Year celebrations. Tran was

found dead Sunday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside a white cargo van. Brandon Tsay, a part-time helper at another dance hall in nearby Alhambra,

wrestled the gun from Tran minutes after the first attack and is credited with saving many lives.  Authorities continued searching for clues about Tran's

motive, which remained unclear. “We all want answers to questions that we may never have answers to,” Monterey Park Police Chief Scott Wiese said. “That’s kind of the enigma of