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Clearly was in a crisis : Anne Heche gets support from Hollywood after car crash.

Clearly was in a crisis : Anne Heche gets support from Hollywood after car crash.

Heche was taken to the hospital on Friday after she crashed her car and started a fire at a house. She suffered burns and is currently in a coma. Heche "is in serious condition" as of Monday, a spokesman for Heche told The Times, with "a major lung damage needing artificial breathing and burns that require surgical intervention."

Heche and Baldwin co-starred in a number of movies and stage productions together, such as "The Juror" and "Twentieth Century," and Baldwin expressed his condolences to his "old comrade of mine."

Baldwin said on Instagram on Saturday, "There aren't many women I've worked with that are bold in the manner that Anne is fearless. She would take up any task. She exhibited great originality and bravery.

The "30 Rock" star called Heche "an extremely gifted woman" and expressed his wish for her speedy recovery. But her Friday antics didn't exactly win over his supporters.

Did you see how carelessly she was driving and how she struck a structure before colliding with the ground? Have you seen the video from the RING doorbell? She's lucky she didn't murder anyone, someone commented on Baldwin's Instagram picture.

On Monday, Los Angeles police announced that they are looking into the collision and had a search warrant for Heche's blood to see if she was driving under the influence. On Friday, 59 firefighters were dispatched to the scene of the incident, and it took them 65 minutes to completely put out the flames.

Heche's catastrophic tragedy was described as "very terrible" by Arquette in a tweet she posted hours after the collision, and she urged her followers to "pray for her." Heche's actions were questioned by a fan, and Arquette responded by saying the actor "obviously was in a crisis."

Heche's "Twilight" co-star and co-star in the 2021 movie "13 Minutes," Peter Facinelli, wrote to Heche on his Instagram Story and expressed his prayers for her and her "wonderful family."

Heche received well wishes from Rosie O'Donnell as well, but only after she apologized for earlier derogatory remarks she had made about her.

O'Donnell was alluding to her parody of Heche's 2001 interview with the seasoned journalist during a stand-up comedy performance in New York in 2002. Heche's pregnancy with ex-husband Colman Lavon was also questioned by the former presenter of a daytime talk program.

On Monday, O'Donnell posted on TikTok, "I wonder whether she's alright." "I consider it a miracle that she spared any lives, and I give thanks to God, a goddess, or whatever for that. She may not make it, but amazing. Such a terrible tale." And O'Donnell.

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