According to the report, Anne Heche’s car was traveling at 145 km/h at the time of the accident

According to the report, Anne Heche’s car was traveling at 145 km/h at the time of the accident

Anne Heche’s car was traveling at 145 km/h at the time of the accident that killed the actress. The information comes from the Chron.

Yesterday, The Hollywood Reporter revealed the artist’s cause of death: “Inhalation and thermal injuries.” The document also lists a “fracture of the sternum due to blunt trauma” as a socalled “significant condition” of his death.

The report considers Heche’s death an “accident” and puts the patient’s date of death at August 11 the date doctors diagnosed her as brain dead. The devices keeping her alive clinically were shut down just three days later.

On August 5, Anne drove her vehicle into a condominium garage. The impact was so strong that a fire broke out in the car and in the affected apartment. It took almost 60 firefighters to extinguish the flames.

Police told Deadline the actress was under the influence of drugs at the time of the accident.

Anne Heche became known for her roles in series such as “Men in Trees”, “Hung”, “Save Me”, “Aftermath” and “The Brave”. In cinema, he has also acted in feature films such as “Volcano”, “Jogando com Prazer” and “Seis Dias, Sete Noites” a classic from “Sessão da Tarde” (TV Globo).