Anne Heche, an Emmy winner, is still in the hospital following the Friday accident in the Los Angeles neighbourhood of Mar Vista.
Anne Heche’s condition is “stable” in the hospital after an accident in which she drove her car into a Los Angeles home, causing severe burn injuries to herself and damaging the house. Heche’s family is asking for prayers as she remains in the hospital.
Heche was in a blue Mini Cooper when it crashed into a house on the 1700 block of South Walgrove Ave., causing the house to catch fire. Authorities in Los Angeles are still looking into the incident.
Anne Heche allegedly suffered severe burns. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD), “a solo passenger vehicle struck and came to rest well within a 738 square foot two-story home in the Mar Vista neighbourhood, causing structural compromise and erupting in heavy fire prior to LAFD arrival.”
When the vehicle ran off the road and collided with a house, it was travelling at high speeds. Heche was taken to a hospital in critical condition by Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics. According to the LAFD, it took firefighters more than an hour to “access, confine, and fully extinguish the stubborn flames within the heavily damaged structure.” There were no other reported injuries.
A new episode of Heche’s podcast “Better Together” was released hours before her crash on Friday, but it has since been removed from their Apple Podcast landing page. Heche and her co-host, Heather Duffy, discuss drinking vodka and wine during a segment of the podcast, and Heche discusses having a “bad day.” When the podcast was recorded is unknown.
In the podcast, Heche says, “Today has been a very unique day.” “I’m not sure what happened, but some days just suck, and I’m not sure if you ever have them, but Mama says some days are those no good very bad days. And I’m not sure why some days end up this way, and things don’t really rock me like that.”
Heche became well-known on the soap opera “Another World,” where she played twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love from 1987 to 1991, earning a Daytime Emmy Award. Heche has recently appeared in several television series, including “The Brave,” “Quantico,” and “Chicago P.D.”
Published by HOLR Magazine.