Anne Heche Burned in Car Accident

Reports surfaced Friday evening of a horrific car crash involving actress Anne Heche.

Heche had apparently crashed her car, then tried to leave the scene.

In the process, she crashed again, with her car catching on fire while trapped inside.

Covered in Burns

Heche was in a blue Mini Cooper when she hit a garage at an apartment building.

Witnesses reportedly arrived on scene and tried to help her.

They stated that Heche had a bottle with a red top in the cup holder, with speculation being that she may have had alcohol in the car.

Heche reportedly pulled away, then crashed the car again, which is when the car was set on fire with her inside.

Heche was intubated at the scene, but doctors have stated that she is expected to live.

Fox News 11 reported, “Her condition prevents doctors from performing any tests to determine if she was driving under the influence of alcohol.”

Heche does have a history of substance abuse, never really hiding that fact.

This is still a developing story and we will update as needed.

Source: New York Post (Page Six)

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