The cause of death of actress Anne Heche became known. The actress died last Friday (12), a week after a serious car accident. Los Angeles County forensics in the United States concluded that the artist suffered “inhalation and heat injuries,” according to website The Hollywood Reporter.
Sarah Ardalani, a forensic representative, explained that the inhalation injuries may have been caused by smoke from the fire that started after the car crashed. “Thermal injuries” are burns. In addition, the artist suffered fractures.
On August 5, Anne Heche crashed into a twostorey house with the car she was driving, damaging the structure of the property and causing a fire. She suffered burns and a brain injury. The actress spent a week in the hospital pending confirmation of brain death. The artist was kept alive with braces for a few more days so that her organs could be donated.
Police forensics found traces of cocaine in the actress’s blood. The investigation was carried out as soon as Anne was hospitalized after the accident. Fentanyl was also present in the artist’s blood, but the officer didn’t know if she was using the substance or if doctors were giving it to her as a painkiller.