Doctors cannot save a Hollywood star after an accident and will disconnect her from life support devices

Doctors cannot save a Hollywood star after an accident and will disconnect her from life support devices

Hollywood actress, director, screenwriter, and 2010 Emmy nominee Anne Heche (“Six Days, Seven Nights”) is likely to die from injuries sustained in a brutal car crash in West Los Angeles last week. This was stated by its representatives in a statement released on Thursday evening. People magazine published this statement first.

Doctors cannot save a Hollywood star after an accident and will disconnect her from life support devices

Anne Heche

Heche received a “severe” anoxic brain injury and is on life support devices while they determine whether any of her organs can be donated.

The accident occurred on August 5, Heche drove into a residential building at a speed of up to 145 km/h, where the car caught fire. Police say Anne Heche had drugs in her body when the accident happened. There was also alcohol in the actress's car.

Read the full statement below:

We want to thank everyone for the well wishes and prayers for Ann's recovery, and thank you to the devotees the staff and wonderful nurses who cared for Ann at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital.

Unfortunately, due to an accident, Ann Heche suffered a severe anoxic head injury and remains in critical condition in a coma . She is not expected to survive.

She decided long ago to donate her organs and is being kept on life support to determine if they are viable.

Anne had a huge heart and her generous touched everyone she met. More than her amazing talent, she considered it her life's work to spread kindness and joy. She is remembered for her courageous honesty and will be greatly missed by her light.

As the editors of ProShoKino reported, the actress from the TV series Charmed died earlier