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Anne Heche Dies Days After Car Crash at Age 53

Actress Anne Heche, the former partner of Ellen DeGeneres, died Friday at 53. Heche's death comes a week after after she crashed her car into a house in Los Angeles, setting the car and house on fire. Police said she had narcotics in her system. Heche's family confirmed her death after earlier announcing that she had been taken off life support.

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