The woman who narrowly escaped death after Anne Heche’s car rammed into her house, setting fire to her house and belongings sent a heartfelt message to the actress’ family and friends too. try.
Despite her personal loss, Lynne Mishele expressed her grief on her Instagram page hours after it was confirmed that Heche was on life support from a traumatic brain injury caused by smoke inhalation.
‘The news of Anne Heche’s passing is heartbreaking. Her family and friends and especially her children have truly suffered a tremendous loss and my heart goes out to them,’ she said. ‘This whole situation is tragic and there are really no words. I’m sending love to everyone involved. ‘
The day before, Mishele thanked her supporters in a video posted on the GoFundMe page created by neighbors and the home owner on her behalf.
‘Hi everyone, it’s Lynne Mishele still recovering and trying to figure out the beginning, but I want to say a huge thank you to everyone from all over the world for the huge amount of love. and compassion as well as generosity and kindness. people have shown in the past week.
Lynne Mishele, a tenant, was lucky to be in another area of the house when the accident happened and escaped unharmed.
Heche’s blue Mini Clubman is believed to have been traveling at a very high speed at the time of impact
Firefighters make their way through the charred debris of Lynne Mishele’s home after successfully extinguishing the blaze
Devastation is seen at Lynne’s home after actress Anne Heche rammed into the property 30 feet away driving a Mini at high speed
‘With the help of firefighters’ she was able to pull a few damaged sentimental belongings from the rubble. Everything else is gone,’ according to GoFundMe
Mishele’s dogs, Reuben and Bree, also escaped unharmed.
‘It was obviously the craziest, most traumatic and confusing time so I’ll try to get back to everyone and read everyone’s comments eventually, but thank you guys, thank you from the bottom of my heart. bottom of my heart.
‘It was really overwhelming. You guys have really impacted my life in a very profound way, so thank you very much and I’ll keep you guys updated. ‘
Lynne went on to introduce her two cute dogs and turtle, Marley, who is currently staying with a friend.
‘This is Rueben and Bree and they just wanted to say thank you so much for cheering them on.’
In less than a week, Mishele has received over $150,000 from over three thousand donations on the GoFundMe page.
Before the horrible accident, Mishele, who helped her dog cure cancer.
Jennifer Durand, the owner of the home, created GoFundMe with her husband to support their friend and tenant, who have ‘lost all their possessions, mementos, all business equipment. Her business includes both her laptop and iPad, all her clothes and necessities. , and all household items. With the help of firefighters, she was able to pull some damaged furniture from the rubble. Everything else disappears. ‘
This page details how Mishele, who is known as a ‘kind and generous person’, narrowly escaped death after the horrific accident but forced to consider as her property crumbles in a brutal fire.
Homeowner Jennifer Durand (pictured right) stands across from her home in shock and confusion after the collision
Mishele can be seen trying to salvage what he can after the fire is extinguished
An interior photo shows the Mini Clubman’s airbag inflated with most of the decorations burned in the crash.
Photos and videos show her staring at the wheel after the first crash, with a witness snapping her with a red-capped bottle on her car. It’s not clear what’s in the box but it looks like a bottle of vodka
Firefighters enter the property as large plumes of smoke billow from the scene of the highway crash
Heche can be seen being carried away from the scene on a stretcher and taken to a waiting ambulance
A GoFundMe page has been set up for Lynne Mishele, pictured here on her Facebook page, raising over $50,000 in less than two days
Mishele’s neighbor. Lynne Bernstein. told People Magazine that her friend was ‘extremely lucky’ to have survived. She added: ‘So are her dogs and turtles.’
Bernstein said Mishele was lucky to be in a different area of the house than where the crash happened. She described her initial reaction to the collision, saying: ‘I don’t think she understood what was happening.
“She said, ‘What happened? What happened?” Bernstein also said that Heche’s car ‘went most of the way’ the house and ‘almost immediately’ caught fire.
According to her LinkedIn page, Mishele is the founder of Creative Foundation, a company that helps organize ‘your home, your office, and your life. We help you simplify things! ‘
She describes herself as an ‘effective organization professional with expertise in approaching organizational issues with a creative perspective.
‘An innovative organizer with a proven track record of setting up successful systems for individual clients.’
Mishele said on her LinkedIn page that she founded the company in 1993. Previously, she worked as a travel director at Citigroup and as a marketing associate for Sony Pictures.
This businessman graduated from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.
While on her Instagram page, Mishele regularly posts self-help videos. A few days before the crash that destroyed her home, she posted a video titled: ‘Don’t leave a burden on your loved ones.’
In the video, she encourages her followers not to leave items for loved ones after they pass away without asking them first if they want the items.