"Unfortunately, Anne Heche suffered severe anoxic brain damage in an accident and is still comatose and in critical condition. cannot be expected.” I read the statement. "For a long time she chose to donate organs. She is kept on life support to determine if she has viable organs."
None Oxygen brain injury occurs when the brain is deprived of oxygen.
A woman who was inside the house at the time of the crash suffered minor injuries, but she was seen by a doctor, according to Lee.
"Thank you to all who have prayed for Ann's recovery, and to the dedicated staff and wonderful nursing staff who cared for Ann at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital.
In the message, her family and friends also paid tribute to Heche's "big heart" and "generous spirit."
"She considered spreading her kindness and joy more than her extraordinary talent as her life's work, especially moving the needle to embrace her loved ones." '" she said in her statement. "She will be remembered for her courageous honesty and will be missed for her light."
Heche rose to fame on the soap opera Another World, and from 1987 until 1991 she was a twin. played the dual roles of Vicky Hudson and Marley Love. She won her Daytime Emmy Award for her performance on this show.
Heche went on to have a number of successful films, including 'Donnie Brasco,' 'Wag the Dog,' and 'Six Days, Seven Nights,' co-starring Harrison Ford. .
Most recently, Heche has appeared in television shows such as 'The Brave', 'Quantico' and 'Chicago P.D.'.