Actress Anne Heche passed away on August 11 at the age of just 53. She suffered a fatal car accident. Details of an emergency call made by an eyewitness have now become known.
The Hollywood star crashed his car into an apartment building in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles and was trapped in her car. Eventually, both the car and the affected house burst into flames due to the violent impact. An emergency call was made and the emergency services alerted, but any rescue came too late.
The rescue workers couldn’t do much for Heche
Now the documentation of the emergency call has been published. While a neighbor who was present at the scene of the accident called the emergency services and described the incident to them, other witnesses are said to have gathered around the actress’ car and observed the tragedy. People panicked and tried to help Heche, but by then the actress had already suffered brain death. Any attempt to artificially keep Heche alive failed. They want their organs to be donated.
Heche’s career spans more than 80 productions
Heche was not only an actress, but also a screenwriter and film director. She has already demonstrated her acting talent in the school theater. This is how she got her first role offers while she was still at school. She rose to prominence with a role on the series Another World and has garnered more and more attention ever since. Other acting jobs followed, including Donnie Brasco (1997), Volcano (1997), I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997), Six Days, Seven Nights (1998) and Birth” (2004). Most recently, she appeared as an actress in the television series All Rise. Her career as an actress includes more than 80 projects – some are still in post-production.