Anne Heche is in critical condition, on a ventilator after crash
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Anne Heche remained hospitalized on a ventilator to help her inhale and confronted a medical procedure Tuesday
four days after the entertainer was harmed in a searing fender bender.
"Soon after the mishap, Anne became oblivious, slipping into a state of extreme lethargy and is in basic condition," representative Heather Duffy Boylston said in an email.
"She has a huge pneumonic physical issue requiring mechanical ventilation and consumes that require careful intercession."
Aspiration implies having to do with the lungs.
No further subtleties were given by Duffy Boylston, who is Heche's companion and web recording accomplice.
On Aug. 5, Heche's vehicle crashed into a house in the Blemish Vista area of Los Angeles' westside.
Flares emitted, and Heche, who was distant from everyone else in the vehicle, was pulled by firemen from the vehicle implanted in the house.