Anne Heche In Extreme Critical Condition After Car Crash

Anne Heche In “Extreme Critical Condition” After Car Crash

Following an automobile accident on August 5 in Los Angeles, Anne Heche is now in a coma. In a statement, the agent for the star said: “At this time, Anne is in a very severe situation. She needs mechanical respiration due to a major lung injury, and surgery is needed to treat burns. She is unconscious and hasn’t awakened since just after the accident.

Heche is “currently in stable condition,” according to the representative’s initial Saturday statement, which also stated, “Her family and friends ask for your thoughts and prayers. Additionally, we ask that you respect her privacy during this trying time. I’m grateful.

According to NBC4LA and CNN, Heche was taken to the hospital on Friday after hitting a house with her automobile in the 1700 block of Walgrove Avenue in West Los Angeles. Heche allegedly had burn injuries when the Mini Cooper she was operating caught on fire. A few minutes prior to the collision on Walgrove Avenue, the actor was allegedly involved in another mishap at an adjacent apartment building.

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Heche was preparing to promote her appearance in Lifetime’s opioid crime drama “Girl in Room 13” when the accident occurred. Heche was supposed to promote the upcoming series this week during the network’s Television Critics Association press tour.

Heche’s filmography includes “Donnie Brasco,” “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” and “Six Days Seven Nights” from 1997 and 1998, respectively. Her regular TV series appearances include “Ally McBeal” on Fox, “Everwood” on the WB Network, “Men in Trees” on ABC, and “The Michael J. Fox Show” on NBC.