Actress Anne Heche Serious After Car Crash in To House And Cath Fire

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A sad NEWS is approaching form Los Angeles, 53-year-old actress Anne Heche get seriously injured after her car crash in to two flore house and Catch Fire.


Anne Heche was taken to hospital following the crash in Los Angeles

According to the news from NBCLA, the Blue Mini Cooper marched into a 2-storey house due to its speed work 30 meters before Vista Mode.

According to local media reports, 53-year-old actress Anne Heche has been "severely burned" in the accident and has also suffered significant injuries.

Footage obtained by TMZ first shows Heche driving the same car, then later showing serious damage to the scene in the Mar Vista area.

The actress was taken to the hospital by ambulance with the help of a stretcher.

Footage obtained by TMZ shows the same car crashing into the garage of an apartment complex shortly before the second crash, prompting local residents to try and get the driver out of the car. In the video, the car can be clearly seen rolling over before hitting the garage.

Seeing the video and photo of the accident, you can guess how dangerous the accident must have been.⏬


The house was gutted by the blaze but the homeowner was uninjured (Picture: MEGA)





















The blue Mini Cooper was left severely damaged by the crash and resulting blaze (Picture: FOX 11 Los Angeles)


It took 65 minutes for fire crews to get the blaze under control (Picture: Fox11)
A woman was stretchered out and taken to hospital in an ambulance (Picture: Fox 11 LA)

According to the publication, Anna Heche is reportedly currently in hospital, her chest from injuries or burns is yet to be fully ascertained, but she is expected to be out of danger soon.


The accident is said to have caused a major fire inside Maken, which took 59 firefighters 65 minutes to extinguish, 'to completely extinguish the stubborn flames within the heavily damaged structure'.


Anna Heche (right) previously dated Ellen DeGeneres (left) (Picture: JIM RUYMEN/AFP via Getty Images)

The LA Fire Department said a woman was found inside the car and taken to hospital and the homeowner was not harmed, although the property has been left 'uninhabited' due to the damage caused by the fire.


A neighbor told NBCLA: 'There was a lot of smoke in the house. I think he used a crane to move the car. it was crazy.'


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