Anne Heche is hospitalized after crashing into a Los Angeles house

Anne Heshe, the Emmy-nominated actress known as “Gracie’s Choice” and “disappeared,” was taken to hospital after her car crashed and caused a house fire in Mar Vista on Friday.

Los Angeles Fire Department I reported a car accident at 1700 block of South Walgrove Street before 11 am on Friday. A post on the fire department’s official Twitter account stated that one seriously injured person had been rescued and taken to hospital.

The Twitter report stated that 59 firefighters arrived at the scene and took 65 minutes to contain and completely extinguish the fire.

LAFD He said on his website that “an adult female found inside the vehicle” was taken to “a nearby hospital by LAFD paramedics in a critical condition.” No other injuries were reported.

Management did not identify Heche as the driver, but law enforcement officials confirmed to The Times that Heche was the vehicle’s registered owner. They said Heche had sustained significant burns and was considered to be under the influence and acting erratically.

TMZ first reported That witnesses saw Heche driving a blue Mini Cooper in their neighborhood. By filming videos and photos from the scene, the site said Hetchi initially crashed into a garage in an apartment building.

Before the residents could help Heche out of her car, she backed out and drove off, according to TMZ. Shortly thereafter, Heche crashed into a nearby house and started a fire in Mar Vista, a Westside neighborhood of Los Angeles.

A photo posted by TMZ showed Heche in the driver’s seat of the Mini Cooper, and a video clip of her being rescued from the car and taken to an ambulance. In the video, Heche is covered in a white cloth and is on a stretcher.

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A representative for Heche declined to comment when contacted by The Times Friday.

Times staff writer Richard Winton contributed to this report.

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