Anne Heche, who was hurt in a car accident last week at a home in Los Angeles, “is not expected to live,” according to a statement from her family and friends to sources. She continues to be in the hospital.
“Sadly, Anne Heche had a severe anoxic brain injury as a result of her accident, and she is still in a critical state and a coma. She has a slim chance of surviving.” Reading the phrase aloud. Despite the fact that she has long opted to give her organs, physicians are keeping her on life support to assess which of her organs are still working.
Lack of oxygen in the brain causes anoxia-related brain damage. According to Jeff Lee, a public information officer with the Los Angeles Police Department, Heche was riding in a fast-moving car last Friday when it veered off the road and collided with a flaming house.
According to Lee, the woman who was in the home at the time of the collision went to the hospital even though she only sustained minor wounds. Heche’s health is still critical. The actress, according to a spokeswoman for Heche, has “severe pulmonary injuries demanding assisted respiration” and “burns that demand surgical treatment,” according to sources last week.
The phrase was this: “We would want to thank everyone for their prayers and best wishes for Anne’s quick recovery, as well as for the hardworking staff and exceptional nurses who took care of her in the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills hospital.
Her relatives and friends also praised Heche’s “big heart” and “kind demeanor” in the letter. She believed that sharing kindness and happiness was more important than perfecting her amazing skill, especially as a means of promoting acceptance of who you love, according to the statement.
She was a beacon in the darkness, and we will miss her bold candor. Heche became well-known for her roles as the identical twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love in the 1987–1991 television serial “Another World.”
For her contribution to the program, she received a Daytime Emmy. Heche continued to work with Harrison Ford after that triumph, appearing in “Donnie Brasco,” “Wag the Dog,” and “Six Days Seven Nights,” among other movies.
Heche has made brief cameo cameos in more recent episodes of “The Brave,” “Quantico,” and “Chicago P.D.” After the disaster, the actress received support from the whole Hollywood entertainment industry.
James Tupper, Anne Heche’s former partner, and co-star from their Men in Trees role wrote on Instagram that he was thinking and praying for this beautiful woman, actor, and mother tonight. My favorite is you.”