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The woman who broke into Anne Heche's house was lucky to be alive: Neighbor

A woman whose home was destroyed in Anne Heche's car crash on Friday was "extremely lucky" to survive unharmed, a neighbor said. clarified.

Her Lynne Bernstein, who lives near Lynne Mishele, said the Los Angeles resident was in another room when the 53-year-old actress crashed into her home.

``I don't think she knew what was going on. I noted that she was "shocked".

Her neighbor recalled that Heche's blue mini her Cooper drove "almost through" the house and caught fire "almost immediately."

Bernstein said her pets, including a turtle and her two dogs, also narrowly escaped.

Meanwhile, Heche remains "critically ill" after slipping into a coma on Monday.

Lynne Mishele
Facebook/Lynne Mishele

"She has a severe lung injury and a prosthesis. Respiratory and burns required.Surgical intervention required," her rep told Page 6 on Monday. , launched a GoFundMe to make up for the loss of "The Place She Loves".

Lynne Mishele home

"Lynn is with her beautiful puppies Bree and Ruban and her turtle Marley. Mar Vista home that caught fire this week after a car slammed into it,” wrote John and Jennifer Durand.

"Ling and her family narrowly escaped physical harm and are very grateful."

Anne Heche
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They campaigned that the Los Angeles Fire Department would "immediately put a red tag" on the house and that she would "belong to lifelong possessions, memorabilia and laptops." I lost all my business equipment, including my iPad and iPad, all my clothing and basic necessities, and all my household items.

Lynne Mishele

They continued. Damaged sentimental inventory from wreckage. Everything else is gone.

"Six Days Seven Nights" star must submit blood sample to authorities after LAPD receives warrant for drug and/or alcohol testing  Crash, Page Six confirmed earlier today.