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What Was Anne Heche Cause of Death? New Details Revealed by Autopsy

Anne Heche Cause of Death

Anne Heche Cause of Death

Actor Anne Heche was not high on drugs when she crashed her car into a house in Los Angeles in August and died from burns and smoke inhalation, Says A report from the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner.

A test of Heche’s blood at the hospital found benzoylecgonine, which is an inactive byproduct of cocaine. A spokesperson for the department told NBC News that there was “no evidence of impairment by illegal drugs at the time of the crash.”

The representative said that more toxicology tests showed that Heche had used marijuana before, but not at the time of her injury. These tests showed that she had used marijuana before, but not at the time of her injury.

Anne Heche Cause of Death

The study said that Heche’s death was an accident and that she died from breathing problems and burns. The study also said that a broken sternum caused by a blow “significantly contributed” to her death.

Heche died from the injuries she got in the accident on August 5 in the Los Angeles area of Mar Vista. The autopsy report says that after she crashed her car into the house, a fire started and she was stuck in the car. The report says that it took the first rescuers about 30 minutes to get her out.

Heche was taken to the hospital and given a breathing tube when she was taken out of the car. She went into a coma for a few days, and on August 11, at the age of 53, she was ruled brain-dead.

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Her spokeswoman told NBC News that her life support had been turned off on August 14 so that her organs could be given.

“We have lost a bright light, a kind, and most joyful soul, a loving mother, and a loyal friend,” Heche’s family and friends said in an August statement. “Anne will be greatly missed, but she will live on in her beautiful boys, her famous body of work, and the causes she worked so hard for. Her bravery in always telling the truth and sharing her message of love and acceptance will have an effect that will last for a long time.”

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Anne Heche Career

Hollywood was shocked when they heard that Heche had died. Even though the actor’s most famous roles were from decades ago, she has since been in dozens of movies and TV shows, such as Nip/Tuck, The Michael J. Fox Show, and The Idol, The Weeknd’s upcoming HBO show.

Heche got her start in show business when she played twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love for four years on the NBC soap opera Another World. In the late 1990s, she became well-known for her roles in the crime movies Donnie Brasco (1997) with Al Pacino and Johnny Depp and Volcano (1997) with Tommy Lee Jones.

She was also Marion Crane in the 1998 version of Psycho by Gus Van Sant, where Vince Vaughn played Norman Bates.

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