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Anne Heche's tragic 911 call reveals her car crashed through a wall and stopped about 10 feet from her home in Los Angeles became.
In a request to police obtained by CNN, a neighbor briefed authorities on the details of the actress' accident.
According to the outlet, , the caller told the dispatcher that the car had passed through the house next door, moved at a very high speed, and ended up in the second room.
They said they didn't know who was driving or how many people had a blue mini he was in a Cooper.
The caller was heard saying:
Another person shouts "Fire!" in the background. In the recording, someone else is heard asking for a hose to put out the flames while the dispatcher tries to locate where the flames are burning.
The caller said he was in a car, which was filled with "really black" smoke.
Before paramedics arrive on the scene, you may hear someone yelling that someone is still in the car.
Her Heche, who died after being taken off life support on 11 August, suffered severe burns in a car fire. It took 59 firefighters more than an hour to extinguish the fire and the actress was released.
The cause of the crash is under investigation, but CCTV footage shows Heche's car driving out of control and crashing into a house.
Heche fell into a coma shortly after being pulled from her wreckage and was on her life support until her death.
The Los Angeles County coroner's office ruled that thedeaths were accidental due to "inhalation and burns."
She lost her home, although Lynne Mishele, the owner of her home where Heche crashed, suffered only minor injuries.
Her neighbors have thousands of dollars for her through her GoFundMe page.
After Heche's death, her loved ones and co-stars continue to mourn. Many people remember her "big heart". On Tuesday, Chicago P.D. actor Jessie Lee Soffer, 38, met Donnie on the set of what is believed to be the final day of filming to appear in her 11th episode of the NBC drama. I shared a picture of the Brasco actress.
He describes the image as follows:: Just wanted to show my respect.
"Anne was a very kind person. Always generous. Always funny. I feel sorry for her family. I hope they know how many people she really touched. These I believe the photo is from her last day on set with us."
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