Anne Heche not expected to survive fiery crash into home, her family says

Entertainer Anne Heche experienced an "anoxic" mind injury and isn't supposed to get by, her representative said Thursday, almost seven days after she crashed her vehicle into a home in Los Angeles.

It has for some time been her decision to give her organs and she is being kept in a coma to decide whether any are suitable," the representative said in an assertion for her loved ones

Anoxic wounds happen when the mind is cut off from oxygen, causing cell passing.

Heche, who was in the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital, stayed in a state of insensibility and in basic condition Thursday, the assertion said.

Heche tilted into a home in the Mar Vista people group of Los Angeles late Friday morning. The home supported harm from the "weighty fire" ignited by the impact, said Brian Humphrey

On Monday, Heche, 53, was in a trance like state and in "outrageous" condition, her delegate said

She had drugs in her framework, and she was being explored for conceivably driving impaired, police said Thursday.

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