According to an autopsy report that was made public by the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner in August, the famous actress Anne Heche was not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol when she was involved in the fatal car accident that occurred in August. Accidental causes were judged to be the primary contributors to Heche’s loss at the age of 53, which was caused principally by d.e.a.d.l.y burns and smoke exposure and made worse by a sternal fracture caused by physical trauma. After sustaining “a significant anoxic brain injury” in the horrific accident that occurred when she crashed into a house in Los Angeles, she never regained consciousness again.

Initially, blood and urine samples taken after Heche was admitted to the hospital indicated the presence of cannabinoids, benzodiazepines, and fentanyl in addition to benzoylecgonine, which is an inactive metabolite of cocaine. These findings are “consistent with prior use” of cocaine and marijuana, but not at the moment of injury, which indicates that the usage occurred before the accident. The fentanyl that was discovered in Heche’s system was verified by additional test results to have been provided for “therapeutic use” at the hospital. According to the article, Heche’s blood test results came back negative for alcohol.

On August 5, Heche was driving her vehicle in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles when she collided with a house, which resulted in both the house and her vehicle catching fire. Heche was captured on camera driving recklessly and recklessly before the collision, even getting into a small automobile accident a few streets away from the disaster site. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, it took more than an hour for the 59 first responders who were sent to the scene to put out the flames and free Heche, who was trapped inside her vehicle. At the time of her rescue, the actress was conscious and able to converse, but she later fell into a coma and remained in that state for several days before she was ultimately determined to be mentally deficient and her life support was turned off. When blood work confirmed the presence of narcotics, the Los Angeles Police Department stated its intention to pursue the occurrence as a felony DUI traffic collision. However, the incident has ultimately judged an accident.

By Anna

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