LOS ANGELES (AP) — Stand-up comic Fuquan Johnson was amongst three individuals who died of a suspected overdose at a Los Angeles get together, authorities stated Monday.
Three folks have been declared lifeless on the scene within the Venice neighborhood early Saturday morning and a fourth was taken to a hospital in essential situation, LAPD Officer Mike Lopez stated.
The lifeless have been Johnson, 43, of Los Angeles; Enrico Colangeli, 48, of Medford, Massachusetts; and Natalie Williamson, 33, of Los Angeles, the LA County coroner’s workplace stated.
A preliminary investigation discovered that the three died from an overdose, Lopez stated. The coroner will decide and launch the official trigger of demise after autopsies are carried out.
Authorities wouldn’t establish the individual hospitalized.
Johnson had been a well-liked common for years at Southern California comedy golf equipment, and wrote for the net present “Comedy Parlour Live: Quarantine Edition.”
Fellow comedians have been paying tribute to him on social media as phrase unfold of his demise.
“Your power would gentle up a room,” Damien Dante Wayans stated on Instagram. “Everybody liked Fu!”
Several media retailers reported that Colangeli was additionally a stand-up comedian.
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