LOS ANGELES (AP) — Anne Heche was hospitalized on a ventilator to help her inhale and faces a medical procedure Tuesday, four days.
"Not long after the mishap, Ann became oblivious, went into a trance like state and is in basic condition," representative Heather Duffy Boylston said in an email.
"He has a critical pneumonic physical issue requiring mechanical ventilation and consumes requiring careful mediation."
Pneumonic means connecting with the lungs. No further subtleties were given by Duffy Boylston, Heche's companion and digital recording accomplice.
On August 5, Heche's vehicle collided with a house in the Mar Vista area of Los Angeles' West Side.
Blazes ejected, and Heche, who was distant from everyone else in the vehicle, was pulled from the home by firemen.
A local of Ohio, Heche originally showed up on the NBC drama
"A different universe" from 1987 to 1991, for which she won a Daytime Emmy Award.
His movie profession started in the last part of the 1990s, with Heche playing inverse stars including
Johnny Depp ("Donnie Brasco") and Harrison Ford ("Six Days, Seven Nights").