San Diego police have ruled the recent shooting of a 46-year-old woman and a 28-year-old man as an apparent murder-suicide case. Authorities discovered the two individuals with gunshot wounds to their upper bodies inside their residence in the 2200 block of Crandall Drive.

The 46-year-old woman was identified to be Hue Le according to San Diego homicide Lt. Andra Brown via the San Diego Tribune. The 28-year-old shooter was her son, Justin Le. Officers tried to administer first aid until paramedics arrived. Both were brought to the hospital but eventually expired.

Hue Le was pronounced dead when she arrived at the hospital. Justin was still placed on life-support but eventually succumbed to the self-inflicted gunshot wound the following night.

The shooting was called in at around 3:15 a.m. at a home on Crandall Drive, east of Linda Vista Road and west of state Route163 on Monday. Justin is being accused of shooting his mother first before turning the gun on himself.

Further details such as the motive behind the shooting remain unknown as of this writing. The San Diego Police are still investigating the matter with updates expected to be revealed soon.

The only thing known right now is that the case has been ruled a murder-suicide according to Brown in a report from Fox 5 San Diego.

A GoFundMe Page was put up by one of their friends, Michael Nguyen. On the page, he explains how the cause is meant to honor Hue and Justin and that all funds collected will cover medical and funeral expenses. All collections will be handed over to Tyler Ngo who is handling all the expenses.

Should there be leftover funds, the money will be given to Chay Le, Hue’s brother, to help in whatever else they may need.

"Anyone lucky enough to have crossed paths with Hue would remember her as a compassionate, fun, kind and beautiful person inside and out. She was a beloved daughter, mother and friend. She always brought laughter and joy to any occasions," read a post on the page.

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