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‘Six Days Seven Nights’ star Anne Heche crashed a vehicle twice Friday within minutes, sparking a fire at a home in Mar Vista, Calif., after the second crash.
The fire reportedly engulfed the house in flames and Heche was immediately transported to a Los Angeles hospital by ambulance, according to rescuers.
Fortunately, her ex-boyfriend Thomas Jane has confirmed that the actress is in “stable” condition and “should be fine”, according to the Daily Mail.
Read on to find out how Heche survived a dramatic and fiery car accident.
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Anne Heche’s first car accident
Heche, 53, was driving a blue Mini Cooper when it first crashed into the garage of an apartment complex in Los Angeles.
The first accident happened around 11.00am, she apparently fled the scene and continued driving on the same block before slamming her car into another house, according to the Daily Mail.
Witnesses told TMZ that people tried to help the actress out of her car before fleeing.
Anne Heche’s second car accident
Minutes after her first accident, Heche then crashed into a nearby house in Mar Vista and started a fire, according to FOX 11.
The fire reportedly engulfed the house, and Heche was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital by ambulance.
Anne Heche’s car accident started a huge fire
The Los Angeles Fire Department shared a statement saying the vehicle had a single occupant when it crashed into a two-story house built in 1952.
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“Fifty-nine firefighters took 65 minutes to access, contain and completely extinguish the stubborn flames in the heavily damaged structure and rescued an adult woman found in the vehicle who was taken to an area hospital by LAFD paramedics. in critical condition,” the statement said. said.
Brian Humphrey, spokesman for the Los Angeles Fire Department, told Fox News Digital that the person involved in the crashes was transferred to a hospital in critical condition.
A resident was present at the time of the accident at the home and escaped injury. Heche, however, suffered burns and was “conscious and breathing” when placed on a stretcher.
Anne Heche was taken to hospital following an accident
Helicopter footage captured the fire department extinguishing the blaze and loading Heche into an ambulance to be transferred for further treatment.
According to the video footage, Heche was seen rolling around in a white sheet. Burn victims are often wrapped in a sterile sheet and sometimes sterile water is applied to the sheet to cool the burns.
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The video footage then shows Heche sitting down abruptly as firefighters rush her to an ambulance.
Doctors were unable to perform tests to determine if Heche was under the influence of his vehicle due to his condition, according to TMZ.
No other injuries were reported and the cause of the accident is under investigation, according to FOX 11.
A representative for Heche did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
According to TMZ, Heche is intubated at a hospital.
Anne Heche’s former partners pay tribute
Despite their split, Heche’s ex-boyfriend, Thomas Jane, paid a moving tribute to the actress.
“Although Anne and I are no longer together, today’s tragic news has been devastating for me and everyone who loves her,” Jane told the outlet.
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“My heart goes out to Anne and her two sons. At this time Anne is stable and is expected to pull through. My thoughts and prayers are with Anne, one of the true talents of his generation. Thank God no one else was hurt.”
Heche’s other ex-partner of over 10 years, James Tupper, also paid tribute to the injured actress.
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Tupper took to Instagram Friday night to share a photo of Heche and their son, Atlas, with the caption, “Thoughts and prayers for this lovely wife, actress and mother tonight anneheche. We love you.”
Fox News’ Janelle Ash contributed to this report.