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The NBC4 I-Team has new information about the car crash and fire that led to the death of Anne Heche. Fire Department records now show it took at least 45 minutes to get her out of a burning house in Mar Vista, and a lot of time passed before the rescue effort began.
Eric Leonard reports on the NBC4 News at 5pm on Thursday, September 1, 2022. Read more here: http://4.nbcla.com/xD3YW5P
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Are the LA firefighters really that stupid? Did they think the car drove itself into the house? There must have been at least one person in the car.
The fire department is trying to make excuses. This is a 911 call from a neighbor that states someone is trapped in the car before the house was engulfed in flames. Towards the end of the call the neighbor states the fire department just arrived so he and everyone else around would have told them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOSMl2ndwsE
20min inside a burning car…..?? Huh……
I think it's a set up
I think that if she was doing a documentary about trafficking. She may have had footage & information that will prove the powers that be who ever they are , kidnapped her because in that video she is trying to get out ! They were kidnapping her?! The red wig was to try and hide her identity she might have gone into a building and she used the wig , under cover stuff !?
I feel it’s a definite cover up she wouldn’t be getting out of that tight brace around her ankles if she was in the car that long she wouldn’t be alive !
Entertainment industry and riches still appealing.
She was killed after being shoved into the ambulance. If she wouldnt have tried to escape it would have went smooth( her murder). Even after the whole world knows she was killed it still makes no difference. Soon they will start shooting them in the head on live tv, what can we do about it??
Who cares. She was driving around with a liquor bottle in her cup-holder, caused a wreck, sped off, and drove into someone’s damn house. She can wait 20 minutes to be taken out.
Ok on one video it shows her hitting the corner of a storage building and taking off. I am not sure if this was the same day or not but when front end damage damage happens to some vehicles it short circuits the wiring. This makes it where they have no control over speed or braking. Just a thought.
Firefighters were on a long 24hour shift. fatigued
Tbh I don't think you can be less committed at work without sleeping on the job. No matter the circumstances, it doesn't look good at all and it surprises me. Usually these rescue workers is a wonder of professionalism and effectiveness. One can only hope something good will come out of it (not a charred woman).
Also, I've read a lot of comments from people thinking Anne's faith was extremely heart wrenching. Of course I feel for her and her family, but at the same time I can't help but thinking a lot of these comments would look a lot different if the driver was a totally unknown black male or female with the same amount of drugs in his or her body and going at the same insanely high speed right in the middle of a suburban neighborhood.
How dumb could they be to not think anyone was in there??
Its all bull$hit 45 min till firefighters could get to her yet Fox news shows here alive try to free herself from the men that took her away no scratches , blood and most important no burns or signs of being anywhere near a fire. Ask Many Questions. Believe Few Answers
I'm not suprised the never show her sitting up before getting into the ambulance.
I have recorded the actual footage of her crash rescue, which was seen from a helicopter. I did this because I knew that that footage would disappear. i can tell you now, that her death was for other reasons, not this crash.
So 911 gets a call about a trapped person in a car and no one hears about it! WOW!
If she had been trapped in a crashed burning car for 45 minutes she would be burned to a crips and dead, not untouched by flames and unstrapping herself on a stretcher. Obviously, she didn't die in the car.
Why isn't there any mention of first responders pushing Heche back onto the gurnny as she was trying to sit up out of the body bag!!! This was film caught on the scene, real time!! There is a smelly RAT in this closet and someone is responsible for her murder!!
This was a freak accident
WTF! Did they think the car drove itself!!
It's sad she rammed into someone's garage door before fleeing, hitting a car with someone in it and not even stopping before crashing into this home leaving someone injured and losing all his possessions in the fire and people are actually feeling sorry for her ,I guess because she's famous smh !!! Her actions caused this,don't get me wrong what happened to her is unbelievable sad but she did choose her actions which resulting in this horrible accident, it's hard for me to feel sorry for her
Word on the street is that good ol Ann was involved in a smaller accident right before she plowed her car into that home
Did she survive?
Why is no one asking how a healthy 53 year old woman drove her car into a house?
It's like there were 8 ACTUAL FIREFIGHTER'S all the rest were dressed like firefighters,to ensure confusion to CAUSE HER DEATH, ( SHE'S NOT THE 1ST NOR THE LAST ) the same ones that took 45 MINUTES to take PRINCESS DIANA to hospital HUMAN SACRIFICE DEMANDED BY CON- TROLLER'S
EXTREMELY PATHETIC EXCUSES
How is the tenant that was rented the home? Thank god she didn't get hurt.. this is a senseless act that could've been alot worse.
Well this is just crazy because when they got on a scene they could have went directly to that car and pulled it out of there
Fired this fire fighters
Tin foil hat
You can't get confused when a life is involved dam ! I hope her children SUE LAFD
This was in no way the fire departments fault
Somebody opened up the back door of the car and checked on the driver and confirmed someone was in it.where was he to tell the fire dept?
Strange how her hair wasn't scorched and her clothes weren't scorched. She would be covered in soot
She was making a documentary about Hollywood that they didn't like so they corrected the situation. That's how it works
Anyone see her rise up on the stretcher?
why is there no protocol to check inside a car if theres an accident involving car??
That lady was trying to get away.
hehe great murica… they were thinking "let that a$$hole burn" since he was intoxicated and a "bad person", but than it turns out it was a celebrity and they got all the media coverage they did not count on.
All you ppl complaining about the firefighters – they probably nearly 100% already knew the driver would be dead in those conditions! They have to play it safe for their own safety and only enter when they can. She'd have died within minutes if not on impact. And stop blaming the firefighters – they have riskier jobs than any of us!
Strange death poor Anne Heche 🌹
My ex,A fire cpt,No,CA.somethings rotten in Denmark here.just saying.
Why is nobody covering what happened leading up to the crash? She appeared drunk, crashed into a garage door, refused to get out of the car when a concerned citizen demanded she stop driving, and then went almost 100 mph down a residential street. She brought this on herself and risked other's lives in the process.
Anne was very much alive when she was on that gurney. She was completely covered by sheets because I don’t think they wanted anyone to know it was her. She was strong enough to rise up and try to escape, when she was shoved back down.
Find the clip where she does that and look closely at the “firefighter”. He has a black cover under his hat covering his entire face. I have never seen a firefighter wearing one of those.
Anne was drugged at the hospital and put on a ventilator and that is what killed her!
Something smells off about this….
I understand the scene has to be made as safe as possible for the rescue to begin, and that takes time,equipment, resources… but seeing an enormous hole from the exterior of the home, did they think the vehicle drove itself? I don’t know why anyone would guess that there was no patient in the vehicle. Maybe, no patient visible at this time due to heavy smoke? I’m grateful for all fire fighters and first responders, they risk their lives daily… This one is just strange, especially knowing they are in LA on a huge call that would likely get news coverage.