Actress Anne Heche who starred in films like Six Days, Seven Nights with Harrison Ford, had roles on TV in shows like Chicago P.D. and has lent her voice to to The Legend of Korra among other animated projects, has been involved in an automobile accident that can only be described as “bizarre.” It has left her hospitalized and in a state that largely prevents doctors from being able to figure out what happened.
The crash happened around noon on Friday in the Southern California in the Mar Vista neighborhood of west Los Angeles. According to TMZ, Heche was driving down the road when she crashed her blue Mini Cooper into the garage of an apartment complex. Heche then reportedly pulled away and sped off, and sometime later crashed a second time into a residence. The second crash started a fire that engulfed both the car and the house.
Anne Heche was taken away from the scene of the accident on a stretcher and she was reportedly burned in the fire, though the extent of the burns is unclear, beyond that her injuries are not considered life threatening. She is apparently intubated in hospital, though the burns apparently prevent doctors from performing many tests on the actress.
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