Kate Quigley issues statement after surviving suspected drug overdose that killed 3

After surviving a suspected accidental overdose at a house party that left three people dead last week, comedian Kate Quigley delivered a statement Saturday, according to reports.

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After surviving a suspected accidental overdose at a house party that left three people dead last week, comedian Kate Quigley delivered a statement Saturday, according to reports.

After surviving a suspected accidental overdose at a house party that left three people dead last week, comedian Kate Quigley delivered a statement Saturday, according to reports.

Quigley was with comedians Fuquan Johnson, Enrico Colangeli and their friend Natalie Williamson at a private residence in Venice Beach on Sept. 4 when they supposedly used cocaine that may have been laced with fentanyl, The Daily Beast reported.

Quigley, 39, shared the statement on her social media accounts, along with a note that read, “Hi guys. Upon being released from the hospital, I’ve finally had the time & clarity to put my feelings on paper. Mean this from the bottom of my heart.”

She started off her statement by expressing gratitude to those who reached out to her in the past week, saying “I feel overwhelmed by the outpouring of kind messages and am incredibly grateful to be surrounded by a strong community of friends, family, colleagues, and fans who have offered their support during this time; and to the team of paramedics, nurses, and doctors who saved my life,” “TODAY” reported.

Quigley then shared words about her friends who died in the accident, according to the news outlet.

“I am still shocked & devastated by the loss of my friends Fu, Rico, and Natalie. Words cannot describe the pain I am feeling & I will be changed forever by their passings,” she wrote.

Quigley continued her statement saying her heart goes out to their friends and family and to please “keep them in your thoughts.”

Johnson, 43, Colangeli, 48, and Williamson, 33, were all pronounced dead at the scene, a spokesperson for the L.A. County Medical Examiner-Coroner told “TODAY.”

She ended her statement with a plea, “All I can say is: Tell your people that you love them every day. Stay safe. And please don’t take life for granted. I did, and I never will again,” “TODAY” reported.