Anne Heche is in critical condition: “She is not expected to survive” What happened? Explained

According to a statement from Anne Heche’s agent, the actress sustained a severe brain injury in the collision and preparations for an organ donation procedure are currently being made.

Anne Heche Health update

After sustaining a severe brain damage, Anne Heche is expected to have a short lifespan, her representative tells.

Unfortunately, due to her accident, Anne suffered a severe anoxic brain injury and remains in a coma, in critical condition

the rep says in a statement on behalf of Heche’s family.

She is not expected to survive, It has long been her choice to donate her organs and she’s being kept on life support to determine if any are viable

Rep statement about Anne Heche health on behalf of  on Heche’s family

The statement continues by expressing gratitude for the support and assistance provided to Heche, 53, in the wake of the tragic car accident on August 5.

The statement reads, “We want to thank everyone for their warm thoughts and prayers for Anne’s recovery as well as the committed staff and great nurses who cared for Anne at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills hospital.

In terms of her legacy, the family representative notes that “Anne had a great heart and affected everyone she met with her kind personality.” “More than her exceptional talent, she considered it her life’s purpose to inspire kindness and joy, especially by promoting acceptance of who you love. She will be missed greatly for her light and will be remembered for her brave honesty.”

Anna Heche choice to donate organs

According to a statement from a spokesman cited by numerous sites on Thursday, the violent collision left Anne Heche, 53, unconscious with a “serious anoxic brain injury.”

The statement read, “It has always been her wish to donate her organs and she is being maintained on life support to see if any are viable.”

It also expressed gratitude to Anne Heche’s well-wishers and the staff at West Hills Hospital’s Grossman Burn Center who were tending to her.

What happened to Anna Heche in car crash?

In the six days since she crashed her car into a house in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles, the actress never regained consciousness. The fiery crash destroyed a home and left Heche in critical condition and intubated.

“She has a significant pulmonary injury requiring mechanical ventilation and burns that require surgical intervention,” a rep for the actress told on Aug. 8. “She is in a coma and has not regained consciousness since shortly after the accident.”

they would be conducting tests of Anne Heche’s blood, and that investigators intended to “present this case to the appropriate prosecuting office”, though they did not specify a charge

Los Angeles police said in a statement on Thursday 

Since colliding with a two-story home in the Mar Vista area on August 5, when “structural compromise and… significant fire” were reported at the scene, Anne Heche has been unconscious.

According to the agency, it took 59 firemen 65 minutes to confine and completely put out the succeeding fire.

Many of Heche’s supporters and those who knew her flooded social media as soon as word of the accident spread.

The windows were broken, so I opened the back door of the car. [Heche] answered and said she was not OK, so that was tough. I know they didn’t get her out of the car until the fire was pretty much put out

neighbours told Fox News

The actor James Tupper, Heche’s longtime partner until their separation in January 2018, also extended his regards.

He captioned a picture of Heche and their shared 13-year-old son Atlas on Instagram with “Thoughts and prayers for this gorgeous woman, actress and mother tonight Anne Heche.” We adore you.

Heche Tested positive for cocaine and fentanyl at the time of car crash

The same day, local media stated that initial testing had revealed narcotics to be present, albeit more research was required to confirm the drugs had not been given during her treatment.

Heche tested positive for cocaine and fentanyl, the latter of which is occasionally used for pain management in therapeutic settings, according to the celebrity gossip website TMZ, which cited anonymous police sources.

In several films from the 1990s, including “Six Days, Seven Nights,” “Donnie Brasco,” and “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” Anne Heche played the lead role.

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In 1991, Anne Heche received a Daytime Emmy for her performance in the soap opera “Another World,” for which she is as well-known.

Anna Heche family and her recent projects

Heche is also the mother of Coley Laffoon’s son Homer, who is 20 years old. In a statement to the Daily Mail, her ex-boyfriend Thomas Jane expressed his “thoughts and prayers” and called Heche “one of the real talents of her generation.”

Anne Heche is in critical condition: "She is not expected to survive" What happened? Explained
Anne Heche is in critical condition: “She is not expected to survive” What happened? Explained

The actress has been keeping busy lately, working on a number of projects. She completed filming on Lifetime’s upcoming Girl in Room 13 in June. Additionally, she will be Dermot Mulroney’s co-star in the upcoming horror-thriller Full Ride. She also has regular roles in All Rise on OWN and Idol on HBO.

Heche, 53, is well-known for her work on movies like Donnie Brasco, Cedar Rapids, and the Psycho remake.

She most recently appeared in the Netflix psychological thriller The Vanished, directed by Peter Facinelli, and the Quiver tornado thriller 13 Minutes. She can be heard on the Better Together with Anne & Heather podcast.

She had a prominent connection with talk show star Ellen DeGeneres in the 1990s.

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