Anne Heche was discovered to be in a state of shock when she crashed her car into a house in Los Angeles on Thursday, August 11. However, additional testing is required to rule out any substances administered at the hospital. A female who was inside the house at the time of the tragic accident had to seek medical treatment, according to HollywoodLife.
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Because of the fact that there is no additional testing required, we are investigating the crime as a felony DUI. That is because she obtained a blood sample that revealed the presence of drugs. According to HollywoodLife, Officer Lee of the LAPD has said that he cannot say which drugs she believes are being used. That is done through a secondary test.
Officer Lee continues. We are concerned about rehabilitating a female who was engulfed in flames within the house. If Anne does not survive, investigators will continue their investigation to find out what caused the accident. Obviously, there would be no charges filed in that circumstance.
Anne Heche became unconscious shortly after falling into a coma, according to a source, and is in serious medical condition that requires mechanical ventilation and surgical treatment.
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An officer from the Los Angeles Police Department told HollywoodLife that a toxicology test is being performed on Anne's blood. Today we learned that there is an ongoing investigation pending a blood result. If the driver proves that he or she was intoxicated, they will be charged with a misdemeanor hit and run. The case will be filed with the city district attorneys office.
The driver of the Six Days, Seven Nights car crashed into a residential property on Friday, August 5 at a rate of speed, ran off the road, and collided with the property in the 1700 block of Walgrove, according to a Los Angeles Fire Department spokesperson. The car then became engulfed in flames, causing the property to fire as well.
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Anne was taken away on a stretcher, according to rumors, and she was said to be in serious condition when she was admitted to the hospital. She is in the ICU, she is lucky to be alive, according to a CNN source at the time. She has severe burns and a long road ahead for her family.