A woman whose home was destroyed in Anne Heche’s car crash has received more than $100,000 in donations to help rebuild it.
Lynn Michelle was living in the house when it was destroyed in the incident.
After the crash, the owners of the house, John and Jennifer Durant, launched a GoFundMe page for Michele and the support has been incredible.
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Heche, 53, was taken to the hospital in “critical condition” after a car crash last Friday…
According to sky newsthe actress was “driving at speed down a Los Angeles street” before crashing into a house.
The Los Angeles Fire Department noted that the accident “started a massive fire” that left burnt actress…
It requires “surgical intervention”.
In the video, filmed immediately after the brutal accident, the actress’s behavior was rather erratic. TMZ.
Apparently, shortly after she passed out, Heche “behaved erratically”.
Sources told the media that “law enforcement was able to get a warrant.”
So that according to the sample of her blood, officials could determine whether “the actress was intoxicated.”
And that is not all…
According to reports, police believe that Heche was indeed “under the influence of drugs or alcohol.”
Heche made “at least 2 runs” before driving through the house…
When her car was set on fire and she received “serious injuries”.
This was announced by the representative of the actress. TMZthat Heche is currently “fighting for his life” in the hospital…
As well as being in critical condition with “lung injuries”, in which she needs “artificial ventilation”.
“Shortly after the accident, Anne Heche lost consciousness, fell into a coma and is in critical condition. She has serious lung damage requiring mechanical ventilation, and burns requiring surgical intervention, ”concluded the rep.
Currently, Heche is in a coma and is being treated for serious injuries.
The representative said PEOPLE that “she is in a coma and did not regain consciousness shortly after the accident.”
And now it’s been revealed that the woman who lived in the house at the time of the Heche crash has received more than $100,000 in donations.
This comes after homeowners John and Jennifer Duran set up a GoFundMe page to help Michele rebuild her destroyed home.
The Durans wrote that it was “unfortunate” that Michelle lost all of her possessions, including “a laptop, iPad, all clothes and household items.”
Sharing photos of their destroyed home, half-burned family photos, and destroyed belongings, her neighbors wrote:
“With the help of firefighters, she managed to pull out several damaged sentimental items from under the rubble. Everything else is gone.”
In addition to helping with donations to restore Michele’s life, the Durans also kindly asked if people could support Michele’s home business, which can be found here.
The Durans spoke highly of Michel and said: “A kind and generous person, Lynn is always the first to offer help to others.”
“Today we are asking the community to come together and help Lynn start over,” they added.
If you’d like to help Michele, you can donate on her GoFundMe page. here.
We wish Anne Heche a speedy recovery!