The actress Anne Heche had a serious car accident in which her car caught fire. Since then she has been in a coma. Then came the terrible news!
At the beginning of August, the actress Anne Heche (53) had a serious car accident. She drove into a house at high speed and set her car on fire. Since then, Anne has been in a coma. Now the shocking news: The doctors do not assume that she will wake up from the coma.
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The relatives of the “Ally McBeal” actress announced in a statement: “Unfortunately, Anne Heche suffered severe anoxic brain trauma in her accident and remains in a coma in critical condition. She is not expected to survive not,” it says in the statement.
The family is devastated
Her family is devastated by this shocking news. In the statement, they lovingly described the mother-of-two: “Anne had a big heart and touched everyone she met with her generous spirit. More than her extraordinary talent, she saw it as her life’s work to spread kindness and joy… She will be remembered for her courageous honesty and will be greatly missed for her light.”
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The family also thanked everyone who attended: “We want to thank everyone for their well wishes and prayers for Anne’s recovery, and the dedicated staff and wonderful nurses who cared for Anne at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital. “
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Anne decided to donate her organs after her death. Whether any are still viable is now being checked. The police are now investigating the accident further. There was initially a suspicion that Anne Heche was under the influence of drink, but this was disproved.
However, according to a Los Angeles Police Department insider, cocaine and fentanyl were found in her blood, as “TMZ” reports. However, fentanyl is also a pain reliever used in hospitals for anesthesia. It cannot therefore be ruled out that the fentanyl only ended up in Anne Heche’s body after her accident.
Further tests are needed to be able to make a precise statement here. The investigations into this have not yet been completed.