An automobile accident involving actress Anne Heche last week resulted in a fire and the total ruin of a house. Even though Heche’s condition was first unknown,
the severity of her injuries was determined to be non-life threatening. A fresh statement from Anne Heche’s representatives, however, clarifies that her injuries are much more serious than originally revealed.
Though the Six Days, Seven Nights actress’ rep told Deadline on Saturday that she was in a “stable” state, for the time being,
it now looks like Heche has been unconscious since shortly after the accident and is dependent on machines to breathe. As a result, her status has now been upgraded to “critical.” In the words of the rep…
Since the news of Anne Heche’s crash surfaced, messages of support have poured in for the actress. On Friday,
Heche was driving through a Los Angeles neighborhood when she slammed into a structure, killing herself instantly.
It has been stated that she sped away from where the collision occurred and then crashed again a few kilometers later.
She struck another house and set fire to both her car and the house she had crashed into in the second incident. Heche’s severe burns are likely the result of firefighters working for 65 minutes to get her from the vehicle.
Early signs suggested that Anne Heche was faring much better than this portrayal suggests. We had hoped for a speedy recovery,
even though the road had proved to be long. There’s reason to believe that the early reports on Heche’s condition were inaccurate and that she may be in far worse shape than previously assumed.
She will have a difficult time recovering from her injuries if she is unable to breathe independently due to a lung injury and has not been cognizant since the event.
Before she can begin long-term healing, she must overcome her existing medical challenges.
The cause of the crash itself remains a mystery at this time. It has been reported by Deadline that the LAPD has a court order to take Anne Heche’s blood for testing.
Although it was originally stated that a blood draw was impossible because of the burns on her body, it’s not clear if the blood draw has taken place.
There is no doubt that Anne Heche will heal, even if it takes her a long time and is extremely tough. More than $110,000 has been raised so far for Lynne Mishele, the woman whose home was largely destroyed in the fire. If you read more posts so you can visit on TheActiveNews.Com.