Earlier in the day, Anne Heche crashed her car in Los Angeles on Friday.

She initially described her condition as “stable,” and firefighters said she spoke to rescuers as they pulled her from the wreckage.

On Monday, Heche’s spokesperson stated: “Despite previous reports that Heche was stable, shortly after the accident, [she] became unconscious, slipping into a coma and is in critical condition.”

Representatives for Heche added: “At this time, she is in a highly critical condition. In addition to having a significant pulmonary injury, she has burns that require surgical treatment.

On Saturday, Heche’s publicist said her condition was “stable,” and her family asked for “thoughts and prayers.” The previous morning, Heche had been driving at high speeds before crashing into a house.

Los Angeles Fire Department described this as a “heavy fire,” which took several firefighters an hour to put out.

The house’s occupant escaped without injury, but it remained unsuitable. So the owner has set up a fundraising page to replace her belongings and home.

A neighbor told Fox News that the car had plowed straight up a house.”The windows were broken, so I opened the back door of the car. She [Heche] answered and said she was not OK, so that was tough. I know they didn’t get her out of the car until the fire was pretty much put out.”

Anne Heche, a mother of a son, is best known for her roles in movies like The Big Lebowski, Psycho, Six Days Seven Nights, and Cedar Rapids.

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