Anne Heche Crash Details Reveal Actress Was Stuck In Car During Fiery Blaze

As Anne Heche’s family, friends, Hollywood and her fans mourn the actress following the multiple car crashes that occurred on August 5, more details have been revealed about the fire department’s response to the incident that led to her death. Per reports, Heche was stuck in her Mini Cooper for 45 minutes from the time firefighters arrived at the scene of the house fire and pulled her out. This happened seven days prior to her death, which reportedly stemmed from smoke inhalation and thermal injuries.

It was reported that Anne Heche was involved in multiple collisions, in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles, the final one destroying a house and setting off the house fire. According to official records and time-stamped recordings of radio communications, the Los Angeles Fire Department arrived at the scene at 11:01 am on August 5. However, Heche was not found until 24 minutes later, and first-responders were not able to pulled her from the wreckage until 11:49 am LAFD Deputy Chief Richard Fields said this to NBC Los Angeles about the report:

Given the heavy fire and smoke conditions, it wasn’t that you could clearly see into the vehicle or clearly be able to access it… Heavy smoke conditions, heavy fire conditions, which makes it very difficult for us to just see each other on the inside of a working structure fire.

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