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  • The Los Angeles Police Department said a car crashed into a house on Friday, engulfing the vehicle in flames.

  • A source told CNN that actor Anne Heche was the driver.

  • The Los Angeles Fire Department said it rescued a “seriously injured person”.

Anne Heche crashed her car at a Los Angeles home on Friday while the owner was in the backyard.

The Los Angeles Police Department said the accident happened just before 11 a.m. when a vehicle left the road and collided with a house in the 1700 block of Walgrove Avenue in Mar Vista.

“The vehicle was engulfed in flames,” the LAPD told Insider.

Heche was transported to a local hospital by Los Angeles Fire Department for treatment. The LAPD said one person was injured and could not comment on the damage to the home.

A source told CNN the driver was Anne Heche.

The Los Angeles Fire Department said they rescued a “seriously injured person” and that it took 59 firefighters and 65 minutes for the department to extinguish the blaze. The LAFD said the car drove at least 30 feet into the residence, missing the woman who was home at the time.

A neighbor told NBC Los Angeles there was tons of smoke coming from the house.

“I think they used the crane to move the car to extract the driver. It was crazy,” the neighbor said.

Actress Rosanna Arquette called the accident “tragic” and asked people to pray for Heche.

Heche’s status is currently unknown. Representatives for Heche did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

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