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Who was dance instructor Ming Wei Ma also known as Mr. Ma?

‘VERY MUCH MISSED’: Dance instructor Ming Wei Ma, also known as Mr. Ma, was killed in a final act of selflessness, according to witnesses, as he was the first to rush the suspected gunman.

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A renowned dancing instructor was identified by the community as one of the ten persons killed in a mass shooting in Monterey Park.

Witnesses said that dance instructor Ming Wei Ma, also known as Mr. Ma, gave his life in a selfless act by being the first person to rush the accused gunman, 72-year-old Huu Can Tran.

Friends gathered at the Langley Center to memorialize the man who gave up his own life to save the lives of others.

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According to his friend Eric Chen, who is quite active in the Star Dance community, “He was a very respected, very beloved, very loving teacher, instructor, and extremely kind human being, and he is very much missed by everyone in the Star Dance community.”

Ten of the victims who were fortunate to survive the attack were sent to local hospitals, where they are currently being treated for situations ranging from critical to stable.

Sheriff Robert Luna of Los Angeles County has stated that all 20 victims appear to be over the age of 50 and that there are five men and five women among them.

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Lockdowns in the area of Chandler have been lifted, subjects detained

5 Chandler schools on lockdown after report of armed man

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Chandler Police have subjects detained. Lockdowns in the area have been lifted. There are no threats to the public.

Police were working on an active police incident near the area of Arizona Ave & Chandler Bl.

There are numerous police units in the area; please use caution & stay out of the area.

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Statement from Chandler High School and Galveston to Families:

Out of an abundance of caution, Chandler Police have put CHS and Galveston on modified lockdowns due to a police investigation in the area. All students are safe. This matter does not involve our schools. We will communicate again once police have advised us to lift the lockdowns. Please do not come to the school. Teaching and learning do continue. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

This is an isolated incident, and there is no threat to the public.

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