Anne Heche is not expected to survive a crash earlier this week. After colliding with a house in Los Angeles, her car caught fire.
According to TMZ, the movie star allegedly drove recklessly between her two car accidents. She was speeding down a quiet street when she hit a house. She ended up with serious injuries on her body and a house was severely damaged.
The internet has been deluged with disturbing videos of the incident. One of them shows Heche being taken to the hospital for an emergency.
Accident: A car accident involving Anne Heche was monitored
After her horrific car accident, Anne Heche’s films spread like wildfire across the internet.
Heche’s car drives down a residential street in a TMZ video. She then collides with a house and sets her car on fire. The actress can be seen in the video servicing a blue Mini Cooper that originally collided with an apartment complex garage.
Between takes, Heche reverses her car after her first collision, landing it on a nearby house and setting it on fire.
According to recently released security footage of her, Heche was not concerned about the safety of others. She maneuvers her car through streets and alleys and almost runs over a woman. Heche did not use her brakes to prevent a possible collision.
Anne dodged the woman, hit a jaguar, and then sped away. Fortunately, no bystanders were injured in the collision.
Heche was nevertheless hospitalized for her own severe body burns. After the scene, the actress is carried away on a stretcher in an ambulance and the actress’ car is lifted by a crane.
According to police officials, investigators believe the actress used narcotics while driving. A photo shows Anne had a bottle of wine in her car when the tragedy happened.
Last week, a two-story house in Los Angeles was hit by Anne’s Mini Cooper.
Anne Heche suffers severe brain damage
Anne Heche’s family members claim that she is unlikely to live. She is still being ventilated in the coma.
She has “severe anoxic brain injury,” which occurs when the brain isn’t getting enough oxygen and is still unconscious. The actress also has terrible burns and wounds all over her body.
A statement from her family was released on Thursday, August 11, 2022. We appreciate everyone’s kind thoughts and prayers for Anne’s speedy recovery, and we also want to thank the team at Grossman Burn Center and the amazing medical professionals who took care of Anne there.
Unfortunately, as a result of her accident, Anne Heche suffered a catastrophic anoxic brain injury and was left in critical condition. It is unlikely that she will live.
Anne has a big heart and has been kind to everyone she met, the statement said. More than her extraordinary talent, she saw her purpose in life as inspiring kindness and joy, particularly by encouraging acceptance in those you love.
She will be greatly mourned for her light and always revered for her honesty.
Will Anne Heche be stripped of her life support system?
The Daily Mail reports that Anne Heche’s life support has been switched off.
The actress continues to use a ventilator so doctors can determine which of her organs are healthy enough to be donated. In the event of such a disaster, she wanted to donate her organs.
Heche debuted in 1997 and has since appeared in a number of well-known films and television shows. Her breakthrough came in the film Donnie Brasco.
The actress rose to fame playing Vicky Hudson and Marley Love on the soap opera Another World. She received many honors including the Daytime Emmy and the Opera Digest Award for the program.
The actress rose to fame in the 1990s for her widely publicized romance with Ellen DeGeneres.
In 2008 she married actor James Tupper, with whom she had a son named Atlas. Homer Laffoon, her first child, was born while she was married to cinematographer Coleman “Coley” Laffoon.