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The police have terminated the investigation of the accident.

The Los Angeles Police Department announced that ended the Anne Heche accident investigationwho crashed his car into a house on August 5. The 55-year-old actress is brain dead and is on life support awaiting an evaluation to donate his organs.

“As of today, there will be no further investigative action in this case,” the department announced Friday. “Any information or documents requested prior to this turn of events will be received as a formal matter and incorporated into the case.” release.

“When a person allegedly responsible for a crime dies, we do not present related documentation for consideration,” the report ends.

Between this Sunday and Monday, perhaps his organs can be relocated.

Between this Sunday and Monday, perhaps his organs can be relocated.

done suffered a “severe anoxic brain injury”caused by lack of oxygen, when his car crashed into a house in the Los Angeles area last Friday, August 5, and a massive fire broke out.

waiting to be disconnected

After taking a blood sample, detectives investigating the case reported that there were narcotics present in Heche’s body -possibly fentanyl-. Since the accident, she has been hospitalized at the Grossman Burn Center, located at California’s West Hills Hospital.

Yes ok Heche is legally considered dead.is on life support and “his heart is still beating” for the nonprofit OneLegacy to determine if he can be a donor, spokeswoman Holly Baird said in a statement.

The process, which consists of evaluating which organs are viable and finding an appropriate recipientcould take anywhere from one to several days, Baird told The Associated Press.

Anne Heche in "My Last Word" (2017).

Anne Heche in “My Last Word” (2017).

As reported by the site Variety, Heche could be disconnected from mechanical assistance between now and next Tuesday.

The farewell of his son Homer

“Today we lost a bright light, a kind and joyful soul, a loving mother and a loyal friend,” her family and friends said in a statement, which reproduces the medium that covers the Hollywood information.

“Anne will be deeply missed, but she lives on through her beautiful children, her iconic body of work, and her passionate advocacy,” the caption continued.

Heche starred in numerous films of the 1990s, including Six Days, Seven Nights (“Six days, seven nights”), Donnie Brasco Y I Know What You Did Last Summer. She is the mother of two sons, ages 20 and 13. “My brother Atlas and I lost our mom,” Heche’s son, Homer Laffoon, said in a statement.

“After six days of almost unbelievable emotional swings, I am left with a deep sadness speechless. I hope my mom is pain free and begins to explore what she likes to imagine as her eternal freedom,” Homer added.

Although her health was initially reported to have improved, Heche never came out of the critical condition she entered immediately after the accident. On August 9, the actress’s spokesman had announced further deterioration, explaining that she was in a coma.

“He has significant lung injury requiring mechanical ventilation and burns requiring surgery,” the statement explained. On Friday she was declared legally dead even though she is still connected to support teams.

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