Anne Heche: Hollywood actress Anne Heche in coma after horrific car accident

According to police, Heche, 53, was hospitalized early Friday morning after an out-of-control compact car in Los Angeles's Westside neighborhood crashed into a house and caught fire.

LOS ANGELES, United States - Hollywood actress Anne Heche was hospitalized in critical condition, coma, on Monday, August 8, four days after she was seriously injured in a Los Angeles car accident, and connected to a breathing machine, A spokesperson for the artist said.

No one was hurt inside the house, but the impact set the house on fire, requiring a response by dozens of firefighters.

A spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department said Monday that the cause and circumstances of the accident were being investigated.

Michael McConnell, a member of the Los Angeles talent management company representing Zero Gravity Management, said Heche is in a coma and has not regained consciousness immediately after the accident.

"At this time, he is in extremely critical condition," he told Reuters in a text message, adding that Heche has "significant pulmonary injury requiring mechanical ventilation and burns that required surgical intervention." "

The Los Angeles Times quoted Venice Beach salon owner, Richard Glass, describing a visit to Heche's own shop shortly before the accident, describing her as "a sweet little girl" as she wore a red dress on Friday morning. Bought a wig.

Heche came to prominence for her Emmy-winning work in the daytime television drama Another World and went on to star in other screen roles, including the HBO series Hung and Wag the Dog and films such as Cedar Rapids.