Anne Heche 'not expected to survive' Her horrific car accident.
The actress' rep told Page Thursday night. She told Six that she "suffered severe anoxic brain damage" from the accident and was "in a coma" at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital and Medical Center in California. } "She has been choosing to donate organs for a long time," her spokesperson shared, adding, "I'm staying on life support to determine if I have a viable organ." I will,” he added.
Heche's representatives thanked the actress's fans for "their kindness," as well as the "dedicated staff and wonderful nurses" who had taken care of Heche since the August 5 shipwreck. Thank you for your kind wishes and prayers.
"Anne had a big heart and a generous spirit that impressed everyone she met. Beyond her extraordinary talent, she made it her life's work to spread kindness and joy." Specifically, it was about moving the needle to accept loved ones.”
"She will be remembered for her courageous honesty and will be missed for her light."
Ms. Heche, age 53,"Unconscious and comatose." Last Friday, shortly after her blue Mini Cooper crashed into her Los Angeles home and burst into flames.
"She has significant lung damage and burns that require ventilator and surgical intervention," her publicist said three days after her accident. .
"Disappeared" star status changed from "Critical" to "Misery".
after obtaining blood test warrant, the Los Angeles Police Department was reportedly able to determine that Heche was under the influence of cocaine at the time of the accident.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ on Thursday afternoon that the actress' blood test results were also positive for fentanyl. Warned that fentanyl may have been administered to Heche at the hospital to manage her pain.
The "Men in Trees" star was not under the influence of alcohol, reported TMZ, in a photo taken just before the crash showed a red cap in the car's cup holder.
LAPD after Heche claimed that a woman who crashed into her house was injured and needed medical assistance as a result. It expanded the investigation into a felony DUI on Wednesday .
According to witnesses at the scene, the actress first slammed into the garage of a nearby apartment complex, causing her to back up and slow down.
Officials from the LAPD West Traffic Division have previously said she was in another car. After confirming that I had been hit, I got into the car with a bulldozer. house on fire.
Photographs of the scene show the 'Hung' star on a stretcher with serious injuries to his back, and aerial photographs show smoke rising from the home and its It records a large number of fire trucks surrounding the area.
She co-starred her 20-year-old son Homer her Laffoon with her ex-husband Coleman "Corey" Laffoon and 13-year-old son Atlas her Heche her Tupper in "Men In Tree" Shared with James. Tupper.