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Anne Heche update: Actor in ‘stable condition’ after suffering severe burns in car crash as family asks for ‘prayers’

Anne Heche is said to be in “stable” condition after suffering severe burns in a car accident.

The actor was involved in a serious accident on Friday (August 5) in Mar Vista, Los Angeles.

Heche was in a blue Mini Cooper that crashed into a house and the apartment building caught fire.

While officials have not officially named Heche as the driver, reports at the time claimed that the Donnie Brasco Star was behind the wheel. They also posted a picture of her in the vehicle.

In a statement, Heche’s rep said the actor was “currently in stable condition” following the incident. They confirmed that Heche suffered severe burns and is currently intubated.

“Your family and friends ask for your thoughts and prayers and to respect their privacy at this difficult time,” they said persons.

According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, 59 firefighters were on the scene to help contain the blaze. It was initially reported that Heche was in a “critical” condition after the accident.

TMZ reported that witnesses saw Heche’s car crash into the garage of a neighborhood building before the car smashed into the house on the west side of town.

This was announced by the law enforcement authorities The Los Angeles Times that the 53-year-old was considered “drunk and unpredictable”.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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