Names of victims in Monterey Park mass shooting emerge: 'Mymy was our biggest cheerleader.'

Information was emerging Monday about the victims of a mass shooting in Monterey Park, California, over the weekend that left 11 people dead and nine others wounded.

The dead include a woman in her 50s, four women in their 60s and a woman in her 70s, as well as two men in their 60s and three men in their 70s, according to Sarah

Ardalani, spokesperson for the Los Angeles County medical examiner. The LA County Department of Health Services on Monday announced the 11th fatality, the woman

in her 70s. Authorities said the initial death count from Saturday night's attack was 10, with at least another 10 injured. Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need

in your inbox each morning. The shooting happened Saturday night amid Lunar New Year festivities at the Star Ballroom Dance Studio in the predominantly Asian

American Southern California city of 60,000 people. The suspect, 72-year-old Huu Can Tran, was found dead Sunday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside the

van he used to flee after a second shooting that a man thwarted, Los Angeles County Sheriff Robert Luna said. Authorities were still searching for a motive Monday.

My Nhan 'loved' going to dance studios in Monterey Park, Alhambra My Nhan, whose family provided 顏美美 as a traditional

Chinese spelling, was killed in the shooting, Ardalani said. Nhan's family said the loss of "Mymy" was still "sinking in" Monday, according to a statement from

Nhan's niece, Fonda Quan, which was shared online.