Actress Anne Heche recently perished in hospital, after she crashed her Mini Cooper into a home in the suburb of Mar Vista in Los Angeles, where the vehicle sparked a fire that Heche was trapped in for around 30 minutes.
There is also footage of Heche speeding past homes, captured through security camera systems and what appears to be Heche attempting to get off the stretcher as she was quickly moved towards the ambulance.
Before the crash that caused the fire, Heche was involved in another crash earlier that day when she crashed her car into a garage.
Footage of Heche was captured overhead by aerial photojournalist Stu Mandel who mistook Heche for a man when she began to thrash and attempt to climb down from her gurney exclaiming, “Oh my gosh, he’s completely alive! He was trying to get away.”
Fox News reported, “Following the crash, her rep confirmed Heche ‘hasn’t regained consciousness since shortly after the accident.”
Initial reports indicated that Heche had been put into an induced coma and was expected to pull through, it was then reported that Heche had suffered from anoxic brain injuries from smoke inhalation.
Heche took a turn for the worse and her life support was ended, and she then died.
Heche had starred recently in an upcoming Lifetime movie titles “Girl in Room 13” about a mother searching for her daughter after she had been sold into a sex-trafficking ring – similar to what real-life pedophile Jeffery Epstein and his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell ran.
Heche was also involved with a movie named “Toxic Skies” -which tells the story of a WHO scientist that discovers an epidemic is being spread through chemtrails.
— Lloyd Albert Cordero (@lloydcordero99) August 12, 2022