Anne Heche's Reason is that her death has been confirmed.
Following a car accident, records from the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner show that the star of Six Days, Seven Nights died of inhalation and thermal injuries. A sternal fracture from blunt trauma was identified by the coroners office as one of the major conditions that ultimately resulted in her death.
Her death was classified as an accident, and the official date of her death is shown as August 11.
According to a family representative's statement onAugust 12, Heche had been declared legally dead but that her heart would be kept pumping through life support in accordance with California law so that the OneLegacy Foundation may locate suitable organ transplants.
According to her spokeswoman, Heche was peacefully taken off life support two days after discovering organ donors.
Heche, a car driver who crashed her Mini Cooper into a house in the Los Angeles Mar Vista area over a week ago, has died. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the vehicle was so fast before the crash that it burst into flames and came to rest 30 feet inside the two-story house.
The actress received emergency treatment at the scene and was then taken to the hospital, according to a representative for Heche. She later claimed that she had recovered consciousness shortly after the accident.
Her 20-year-old son, Homer Laffoon, a son of her ex-husband Coley Laffoon, said he has been left with a deep, unscripted sadness following her death.
Hopefully my mom will be free of pain and begining to explore what I like to imagine as her eternal freedom, he continued. I am grateful for their love, as I am for the support of my Dad, Coley, and my stepmother Alexi, who continue to be my rock during this time.