Residents of the house Anne Heche crash is to speak after the star’s death.
As we reported, Volcano The actress crashed her car into a home in the Los Angeles area last Friday. She was badly burned in a massive fire that destroyed the house and took Heche’s life. It’s tragic…
Lynne Mishele was living in the mansion when Anne crashed into it and it was engulfed in flames – she narrowly escaped death with her pet dogs and turtle. her neighbor, Lynne Bernsteinhas talked to People on Tuesday about the incident and explained that Mishele was lucky to have survived:
“[She] was extremely lucky… So were her dogs and turtles. “
Apparently Mishele was in “a different area” of the house than the area where Heche’s car collided with it. Incredibly lucky, because the neighbor said that Heche’s car had “passed through” the small house. The Los Angeles Fire Department “Immediately red-tagged” the house, claiming it could not exist and could not be bought… Mishele had lost almost everything she owned. They wrote:
“[Mishele] lost all her possessions, mementos, all equipment for her business including her laptop and iPad, all her clothes and necessities, and all home tools. With the help of firefighters, she was able to pull some damaged furniture from the rubble. Everything else is gone.”
Very very sad…
But Lynne doesn’t want anyone to forget that she’s not the only one who lost something in this tragedy. In one Instagram video posted on Friday, she talks about Heche’s “cruel” loss:
“Hi, this is Lynne Mishele. The news of Anne Heche’s death was heartbreaking. Her family and friends and especially her children have truly suffered a great loss. “
Moving on, she sends love to Transmitted the actress’s family and friends:
“My heart is for them. This whole situation is tragic and literally speechless. I’m sending love to everyone involved. “
One GoFundMe set up by Lynne’s landlord to help replace some of her furniture, you can find the link here. At the time of this writing, it has raised over $153,000. Mishele’s video appeared shortly after Heche’s son Homer Laffoon issued a statement about his mother’s death:
“My brother map and I lost our mother. After six days of almost unbelievable emotional change, I was left with a deep, wordless sadness. Hopefully my mother is pain free and begins to explore what I like to imagine as her eternal freedom.”
What a tragic loss. Our hearts go out to everyone involved in this tragic situation.