Aug 05, 2022
Ellen DeGeneres’ ex Anne Heche rushed to the hospital for ‘severe burns’ after crashing car into home & igniting fire
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ELLEN Degeneres' ex and actress Anne Heche has been rushed to the hospital for "severe burns" after a car accident.
She crashed her vehicle into a home on Friday in a terrifying fiery event.1Anne Heche was involved in a car crash in Los Angeles on Friday and was hospitalizedCredit: ABC
Anne, 53, was involved in a car crash in L.A. Friday, and was taken away by an ambulance in a stretcher.
"The crash went down just after noon in the Mar Vista area of Los Angeles," TMZ reported.
She was driving a blue Mini Cooper and drove into the garage of an apartment complex.
But the star put the car in reverse and then drove off again.
She then crashed into a nearby home, igniting flames, per TMZ
The fire "was significant and engulfed the house."
She and Ellen dated for three years from 1997 to 2000 and were one of the first openly gay couples in the mainstream.
They reportedly discussed getting a civil partnership with hopes it would become legal.
They split amicably and made the announcement together,
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Eight Displaced By Laurel Grill Fire That Caused $100K In Damage To Townhouse
An evening grill fire left over $100,000 in damages to a Laurel townhouse and left eight displaced, authorities say.
The fire broke out in the two-story townhouse around 5 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 7, in the 7200 block of Paperback Terrace, according to the Prince George's County Fire Department.
Visible flames were found on the roof and rear of the home that caused around $125,000 in damages, say officials.
Initial searches of the home were negative, and no injuries were reported.
The fire was extinguished by 6:30 p.m., according to Prince George's Fire and EMS.
Officials said they are assisting the eight adults who were displaced due to the fire.