Anne Heche slipped into coma, is in critical condition after fiery Mar Vista crash, rep says | ABC7

Anne Heche slipped into coma, is in critical condition after fiery Mar Vista crash, rep says | ABC7

Actress Anne Heche fell into a coma and is in critical condition after her car crashed into a Los Angeles home, a spokesperson disclosed Monday.

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38 Responses

  1. Rabbi Law31r1 says:

    Glad the homeowner is alive. Things can be fixed or replaced, but a life can’t. Sad all around.

  2. John Hammink says:

    My heart goes out to the woman in the house, her pets, and this heroic neighbor who rushed in to help.

  3. Darc Angel says:

    Bless the man for helping… he did what he could in the time he had.

    • Repent and believe in Jesus Christ says:

      Repent to Jesus Christ “Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be courageous; be strong.”
      ‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭16:13‬ ‭NIV‬‬

  4. Cornell Williams says:

    Let’s all pray for all involved to get better and have a speedy recovery!

    • Claire Montanaro says:

      Such ridiculousness and bs…they were dousing the fire forever with the fire co hoses yet they brought her out and her hair was dry. They had her 100% covered yet you don’t cover a burn victim. She sat up like a zombie on the stretcher and her arms were not bunt yet the car was. Not buying it, swy.

    • krakilla krak says:

      @Jsetennis I agree, that was reckless of me! Get it? Reckless…

    • Jsetennis says:

      @krakilla krak not funny.

  5. Pamela Lundgren says:

    I had an accident in high school and had first, second and third degree burns, primarily on my hands. The pain was unimaginable. When I read about the severe burns of others, I often pray that God will take them home and spare them the anguish.

  6. b srvvr says:

    As a burn survivor myself I won’t be surprised if she succumbs to her injuries. If she’s already slipped into to a coma or has been induced into one then you can bet it’s very serious and burns are just devastating. I’m glad the homeowner and dogs are okay god bless that man good lord fire is so devastating to property and bodies especially

  7. Tina Dailey says:

    Praying for everyone involved. I hope Anne makes it out of this terrible situation. So very sad 😢

    • Stacie Marie says:

      @Christine Well we definitely know you won’t! Nice comment. I hope it makes you feel bigger and better about yourself 😊 🙏

    • Stacie Marie says:

      @Lisa Moran I was also molested as a child every single day from age 10-12 and each of us have scars but that doesn’t give us the right to ruin or take others lives. We need to remember our past doesn’t define our future, take control of our own destiny and heal from the past that will never happen to us again. Absolutely NO EXCUSE for drinking and driving EVER.

    • oOIII.M.IIIOo says:

      When you pray you should know, that all your thoughts are judged. Just sayin’. 🙂

    • Christine says:

      Come on…I guarantee you will not pray

  8. For-Real-CountryGirl says:

    My goodness, that entire situation is awful. I feel bad for the dude , he acts as if he has some guilt for deciding to leave but he shouldn’t and he is a hero for saving the homeowner. I hope nobody will judge him , he did more than most would’ve done just by running in.

    • For-Real-CountryGirl says:

      @buttman209 yeah that is exactly what would happen more often than not.

    • buttman209 says:

      Most people nowadays would have pulled out their cellphone and started streaming!.. unfortunate but true

    • For-Real-CountryGirl says:

      @Nobody yes you’re right. It’s how most of us would feel. The fact is that she put herself in that situation and noone else should have to give their life because of it

    • Nobody says:

      Most of us consider him a hero. I understand his reaction tho. You always wonder if you couldn’t have done more when tragedy strikes. I’m glad he, the home owner and her pets are okay. It’s all that matters.

  9. Nia says:

    I feel for the homeowner. Some things can’t be replaced.

    • Eye in a store says:

      @Kristopher Loviska my exact thoughts

    • Kristopher Loviska says:

      Imagine if all the stuff survived but the homeowner died. Would the stuff miss her?

    • Frankie T says:

      @Happybidr I guess in this case all the damages will be paid from who caused the accident.

    • Bobbie Cates says:

      you mean like someones life

    • Happybidr says:

      We’ve been through a house fire and they can be very difficult, but surprisingly if you have a good insurance company it can also be a real blessing, as long as no one was permanently injured. We got our kitchen remodeled, and lots of flooring replaced with brand new and we got to stay in a nice new hotel for about 5 months and they provided breakfast and dinner, so that was my vacation! Life is very unpredictable. I hope this family ends up having something positive come out as well.

  10. Kelly Catholic says:

    Hopefully Anne’s wealthy friends will help the owner in honor of their friend.

    Praying for Anne 🙏🏻💕

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