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NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! On Friday, the actress Anne Heche caused a car accident that started a fire inside a house in Mar Vista, California. Emergency personnel stated that she was taken to a hospital while being in a severe condition.
Heche, 53, was operating a blue Mini Cooper when she initially collided into a Los Angeles residential building’s garage.
Witnesses claimed to have attempted to assist the actress in exiting her vehicle before she took off.
Heche then caused a fire in a nearby Mar Vista home shortly after her initial collision, according to FOX 11. Heche was taken by EMS to a hospital in Los Angeles after the residence was apparently completely destroyed by fire.
On Friday in Los Angeles, actress Anne Heche was engaged in an automobile accident. WireImage/Bruce Glikas
According to Brian Humphrey, a representative for the Los Angeles Fire Department, the accident victim was taken to a hospital in severe condition.
At the time of the accident at the house, a resident was there but escaped harm. Heche, on the other hand, had burn wounds and was “alive and breathing” as she was carried out on a stretcher.
The “Six Days Seven Nights” actor is hospitalized, according to TMZ.
According to a statement released by the Los Angeles Fire Department, there was just one person inside the car when it collided with the 1952 two-story house.
The statement said. reports that it took 59 firefighters 65 minutes to access, contain, and completely extinguish the stubborn flames inside the severely damaged structure. They also managed to rescue one adult female found inside the vehicle, who was then transported in critical condition by LAFD Paramedics to a nearby hospital.
According to TMZ, due to Heche’s state, physicians were unable to perform the necessary tests to determine whether she was driving under the influence.
According to FOX 11, no other injuries were recorded, and the accident’s cause is being looked into.
A spokesperson for Heche did not immediately reply to a request for comment from Fox News Digital.
Heche caused a fire when he collided into a house in Mar Vista, California. She was taken to a medical center. (BACKGRID)
The fire crew extinguished the blaze and loaded Heche into an ambulance to be transported for more care, as seen on helicopter footage. A pundit for Fox 11 was heard describing the terrible collision.
The analyst stated, “If there is anyone alive in there, it would be a miracle.”
Heche was seen being rolled out in a white sheet, as seen on the video. Often, sterile sheets are used to wrap burn victims, and sterile water may also be used to cool the wounds.
The video then abruptly cuts to Heche sitting up as she is being rushed to an ambulance by firefighters.
In the action movie “13 Minutes,” which she co-starred in with Thora Birch, Amy Smart, and Will Peltz, the actress most recently appeared. After the public attacked Alec Baldwin for his “Rust” tell-all interview, Heche recently expressed her support for his friend.
Heche commented on a Baldwin Instagram photo, “My buddy, no matter what happens in our lives that we can’t control, I am with you. mostly because I am aware of your soul’s generosity.
According to Brian Humphrey, a representative for the Los Angeles Fire Department, the accident victim was taken to the hospital and is now in critical condition. (FOX 11)
Heche and her ex-husband James Tupper went through a public divorce in January 2018. The couple was together for ten years and had a 13-year-old kid named Atlas.
From 1997 through 2000, the “Volcano” actress and Ellen DeGeneres have a love relationship. In 1997, she invited the host of a talk show to the “Volcano” film premiere. She said that as a result, Hollywood had “blacklisted” her.
She admitted to not working on a studio film for ten years in an interview with Page Six. “I was sacked from a $10 million movie deal and never appeared in a studio film.”
Heche was nominated for an Emmy for playing Rowena Larson in “Gracies Choice” in 2004.
Fox News Digital’s entertainment writer is Janelle Ash.