53-Year-Old Actress Anne Heche Seriously Hurt in Auto Collision near Appleton Way
LOS ANGELES, CA (August 10, 2022) – Late Friday morning, actress Anne Heche was injured in a solo-car accident on South Walgrove Avenue.
The incident was reported shortly after 11:00 a.m., at the 1700 block of South Walgrove Avenue. Dispatchers responded to the scene near Appleton Way shortly after.
Investigators say Heche was driving on a one-way street on Preston Way when she ran a stop sign at the Walgrove intersection. Afterward, she drove through multiple large privacy bushes and struck a two-story home, causing structural damage and heavy fire.
Eventually, firefighters arrived at the scene and extricated 53-year-old Heche from the burning vehicle. As a result of her injuries, medics transported her to a local hospital in critical condition.
At this time, Los Angeles Officials are working to determine further circumstances surrounding the fiery solo-car crash.
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