Home Actress Actor Anne Heche dies a week after car crash, aged 53

Actor Anne Heche dies a week after car crash, aged 53

Anne Heche’s team revealed early this morning that she had officially been declared brain dead, although doctors were keeping her heart beating while One Legacy determined whether she was a match for organ donation.

Sad news for her children, mother, relatives and dear friends even under the circumstances that led up to her death.

Our thoughts and prayers go out the homeowner and the woman that lost all that she did in the aftermath of the fire.

Just remember to tell your loved ones you love them and always ask if they are doing okay in this troubled world we live in.

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