Anne Heche hasn't woken up and is still in critical condition as a new video shows her barreling down an alley before she plowed into a home, catching herself and the property on fire.
The Six Days Seven Nights actress, 53, was rushed to the hospital on Friday after the fiery crash, where she continues to fight for her life. RadarOnline.com can confirm she is in critical condition and needs surgery for her injuries.
“Shortly after the accident, Anne Heche became unconscious, slipping into a coma,” her spokesperson told RadarOnline.com on Monday. “She has a significant pulmonary injury requiring mechanical ventilation and burns that require surgical intervention.”
As this website reported, the Los Angeles Police Department wants Heche's blood to determine if she was under influence of alcohol and/or drugs when she smashed into the garage of an apartment complex only to drive off and crash into a nearby home, sparking a massive fire.
New surveillance footage shows Heche speeding through an alley, narrowly missing an innocent pedestrian.
Police insiders tell Daily Mail that the troubled actress will be investigated for driving 90 miles per hour before the crash. Heche — who used to date Ellen DeGeneres — could find herself charged with a misdemeanor DUI hit-and-run if she was under the influence at the time of the accident.
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Heche was captured on a ring camera at the apartment complex with what appeared to be a battle of alcohol in the cup holder of her Mini Cooper.
When bystanders attempted to help her following the first crash, she put her car in reverse and sped away.
LAPD West Traffic Division officers confirmed the star hit a car before crashing into the home and bursting into flames. RadarOnline.com can confirm it took 59 firefighters about 65 minutes to put out the blaze and extract Heche from the driver's seat.
She was caught flailing her arms and acting erratically on a stretcher before being rolled into the ambulance by paramedics.
A GoFundMe for the tenant of the home said the person was "extremely fortunate" to have survived the accident. Photos showed the tenant in complete shock following the fire and aftermath.