anne: In a car crash, actor Anne Heche gets grievously injured. Find out what happened

Actor Anne Heche has been seriously injured, following a car crash. The actor was driving her car when this accident took place. On impact, the car caught fire. The building in which the car crashed into was also in flames.

Los Angeles Police officer Jeff Lee informed the media that the car was moving at a very fast speed. It rammed against a building. The driver is in a critical state and has been transferred to a hospital by the paramedics at the Los Angeles Fire Department, who were sent to rescue the situation and bring the fire under control. The victim is actor Anne Heche.

Due to the impact, the building has been damaged. It took more than an hour for the fire department to put off the fire completely. Apart from the driver, no one else was injured.

Anne Heche’s Professional and Personal Life

Anne Heche became popular with her double role in the American television series “Another World”, where she played the twin characters, Vickey Hudson and Marley Love.

She was also awarded a Daytime Emmy Award for her high voltage acting. “Donnie Brasco,” “Six Days Seven Nights,” and “Wag the Dog” were the other films that she is well-known for.

She also dated and was in a relationship with Ellen DeGeneres in the 1990s, which sent the media into a tizzy and caused a lot of headaches for Anne Heche.

In an interview, Anne had told the tabloid Page Six that she felt excommunicated by society after she announced her affair with Ellen. Anne Heche has also acted in various television series in the recent past like “The Brave,” “Quantico,” and “Chicago PD.” Her IMDB profile states that she has plenty of projects that are in the post-production stage and should be released. any time soon.

Your vehicle insurance may not work in these accident situations

Your vehicle insurance may not work in these accident situations

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