Anne Heche In Hospital With Burns After Automotive Crash At Dwelling In LA – Deadline

An actor Ann Heche has been hospitalized with burns after crashing her car into a house in Los Angeles, Deadline has confirmed. The news was first reported by TMZ.

The accident happened at 10:55 am on Friday in the Mar Vista area of ​​LA, according to the police.

“The vehicle was traveling eastbound on Preston Way at a high rate of speed, entered the T intersection at Preston Way and Walgrove Ave, ran off the road and struck the residence in the 1700 block of Walgrove,” said a department spokesperson. Los Angeles Police. tell Deadline.

“The vehicle became engulfed in flames and LAFD transported the driver to a local hospital,” police said.

The house itself was also engulfed, with flames spreading to the roof.

“Fifty-nine Firefighters took 65 minutes to access, contain and completely extinguish the stubborn flames within the heavily damaged structure,” said Brian Humphrey of the Los Angeles Fire Department.

Multiple local outlets later confirmed that the blue Mini Clubman involved in the incident is registered to Heche.

News footage from Fox11 shows the car went well into the house and may have hit one of its side walls.

Stu Mandel, who often chases aerial trips and accidents, described the scene as he revealed it underneath.

As firefighters used cables from a giant tow truck to pull the car out of the burning house, Mandel, a veteran of many such incidents, asked the vehicle, “If a living person there will be a miracle. .”

It turns out the person was alive, and firefighters place the victim on a stretcher, face covered, and roll the person to a waiting ambulance. Just before they reach the emergency vehicle, the person on the phone sits up and tries to get out.

“Oh my God!” said Mandel, who at the time thought the driver was male. “It’s totally alive! He wanted to escape.”

Moments later, once emergency workers have loaded the victim into the ambulance, a shocked Mandel says, “I don’t know. That was really, Seriously strange.”

According to TMZ, Heche first got into a minor accident at an apartment complex in the Mar Vista area, and crashed into a wall in a parking lot, but she drove away from the scene. The accident happened in the house a short time later.

Heche has several projects in the works. She will soon appear in Sam Levinson’s upcoming music industry HBO drama series, The Idol, opposite The Weeknd. In June she signed on to Lifetime’s girl in room 13 free,, set to premiere this fall. She will also star opposite Dermot Mulroney in the game Full Trip, An up and coming horror thriller All Risit on HIMSELF. Heche recently starred in the psychological thriller directed by Peter Facinelli The Vanished for Netflix, as well as tornado thriller Quiver 13 Minutes.

Erik Pedersen and CNS contributed to this story.

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