After a car accident, Anne Heche has a “hard recovery ahead of her.”

Actress Anne Heche critically injured after crashing car into home

Anne Heche is still in the hospital and is receiving serious treatment after the automobile she was driving on Friday in Los Angeles collided with a house and burst into flames.

“ICU patient Anne is fortunate to be alive. She will need a lot of time to recuperate from her severe burns. The aftermath of the tragedy is still being processed by her team and family “Heche’s close friend told CNN on Saturday morning.

Los Angeles Police Public Information Officer Jeff Lee told CNN on Friday that the car was moving quickly when it went off the road and struck a house.

Heche was transported by paramedics from the Los Angeles Fire Department to a nearby hospital in a critical condition. Firefighters had to “access, restrict and entirely extinguish the persistent flames within the highly damaged structure” for more than an hour, according to the LAFD.

There were no other recorded injuries.
Heche’s reps have been contacted by CNN for comment.

Heche originally became well-known for her dual roles as twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love on the soap opera “Another World,” where she appeared from 1987 to 1991 and won a Daytime Emmy. She then appeared in “Donnie Brasco,” “Six Days Seven Nights,” and “Wag the Dog” movies.

To Heche’s professional chagrin, her romantic involvement with Ellen DeGeneres in the late 1990s attracted a lot of media attention. Heche claimed in a 2021 interview with Page Six that she felt “blacklisted” as a result of disclosing their connection to the public.

Heche, who dated DeGeneres from 1997 to 2000, claimed that she went ten years without working on a studio film.

Heche has lately made appearances in a number of TV shows, including as “The Brave,” “Quantico,” and “Chicago P.D.” According to her IMDB profile, she is now working on many acting projects in post-production.


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