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Family of second comedian who died along with Fuquan Johnson after 'taking fentanyl-laced cocaine' at LA party pay tribute to the 'incredibly loved' performer: Comic Kate Quigley, 39, tweets she is doin 'ok' after OD

The family of one of three people who died after apparently taking fentanyl-laced cocaine at a house in Los Angeles has spoken out, calling his death a 'devastating loss' that is 'leaving a hole' in their hearts. Enrico Colangeli, 48, was found dead early Saturday morning in the Venice Beach neighborhood of LA along with two other people: fellow comic Fuquan Johnson, 42, and friend Natalie Williamson, 33.  Comedian Kate Quigley, 39, was also found inside the home and taken to a hospital in critical condition early Saturday. 'Enrico was incredibly loved by his entire family, and we'll miss him more than words can describe,' Colangeli's cousin Maria Spencer told The Sun.  Enrico Colangeli, 48, was found dead at a home in Venice Beach, California early Saturday morning. Authorities believe he ingested cocaine laced with the powerful opioid fentanyl Colangeli was found dead along with Fuquan Johnson and Natalie Williamson (not pictured). Colangeli and Joh

watership showdown the squealing rabbit fights for its life as it is dragged in the jaws of a stray - before having a lucky escape

This is the moment a rabbit escapes the jaws of death after it is dragged across a road by a stoat. In footage recorded last week by Emma Killicoat, 33, the rabbit can be heard squealing as it is carried by its neck in Ellon, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.  The stoat appears to stumble over the kerb as it reaches the other side of the road, giving the rabbit the chance to break free. A video recorded in Ellon, Aberdeenshire, shows a rabbit being dragged by its neck in the jaws of a stoat  The stoat, despite being much smaller, drags the bunny to the other side of the busy road The stoat can be seen appearing to trip over the kerb, giving the rabbit a split second to escape The bunny jumps out of the stoat's mouth and both are seen sprinting in different directions  They are both seen sprinting off in different directions.   According to the Woodland Trust, rabbits are a stoat's favoured prey, even though they can be more than five times their size. Ms Killicoat posted the video on

professor lockdown says he expects chris whitty to approve covid vaccines for 12- to 15-year-olds with a decision due by friday

'Professor Lockdown' Neil Ferguson expects Britain to press ahead with vaccinating 12 to 15-year-olds against Covid Britain is likely to press ahead with vaccinating 12 to 15-year-olds, 'Professor Lockdown' Neil Ferguson claimed today. The Government scientific adviser — whose modelling spooked ministers into the initial lockdown in March — said he expects Chris Whitty to approve jabs for teens this week. The Government's vaccine advisory panel on Friday said it would not recommend jabs for children because Covid poses such a low risk to their health. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation — which is independent of Government — has now left the decision with Professor Whitty and the three other chief medical officers in the devolved nations.  They will meet this week to decide whether the broader societal benefits — including keeping schools open during winter — tip the balance in favour of jabbing children, with a decision expected by Friday. Speakin

the bma says 12-year-olds should be able to overrule their parents to get the covid vaccine because they're'mature enough' but admits jabbing teens will only cut infections by 20

Dr David Strain said 12-year-olds have 'enough maturity' to decide whether to get a Covid vaccine Some 12-year-olds have 'enough maturity' to decide whether to get a Covid vaccine, a British Medical Association chief claimed today amid a row over jabbing children.  Dr David Strain claimed youngsters aged 12 to 15 were capable of weighing up the benefits of vaccination against the small risk of serious side effects. He claimed they should be able to overrule their parents' wishes and get the injection if officials sign off on the plans this week.  Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi said yesterday that children would be able to get the vaccine against their parents' wishes if it is made available for the age group.  The Government has made no secret of the fact it wants to immunise secondary school-aged children after seeing cases spiral in Scotland when schools returned from the summer holidays last month.  But Dr Strain, co-chair of the BMA Medical Academics, admit