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Actress Anne Heche is in "stable" condition after crashing a car into a California home Friday.
A representative for the actress told People magazine, "Anne is currently in stable condition. Her family and friends ask for your thoughts and prayers and to respect her privacy during this difficult time."
Heche's ex-boyfriend, Thomas Jane, told the Daily Mail that the actress is "expected to pull through."
Heche, 53, remains in a hospital following the dramatic crash in Mar Vista, according to the outlet.
Despite their split, Jane paid an emotional tribute to the actress.
Jane offered his "thoughts and prayers" and noted she is "one of the true talents of her generation."
"While Anne and I are no longer an item, today's tragic news was devastating to me and to all who love her," Jane told the media outlet.
"My heart goes out to Anne and her two sons. As of right now, Anne is stable and expected to pull through. My thoughts and prayers are with Anne, one of the true talents of her generation. Thank God no one else was hurt."
Heche’s ex-partner of more than 10 years, James Tupper, also paid tribute to the injured actress.
Tupper took to Instagram Friday night to share a photo of Heche and their son, Atlas, together with the caption, "Thoughts and prayers for this lovely woman, actress and mother tonight anneheche. We love you."
The "Six Days Seven Nights" star first reportedly crashed a blue Mini Cooper into a garage at an apartment complex in Los Angeles.
Witnesses told TMZ they tried to help the actress out of her car before she fled.
Shortly after her first crash, Heche then crashed into a nearby home in Mar Vista and sparked a fire, according to FOX 11. The fire reportedly engulfed the house, and Heche was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital by ambulance.
Heche, who also dated Ellen DeGeneres, sustained burn injuries and was "conscious and breathing" when she was placed on a stretcher.
Brian Humphrey, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Fire Department, told Fox News Digital Heche was transferred to a hospital in critical condition.
No other injuries were reported, and the cause of the crash is under investigation, according to FOX 11.
A rep for Heche did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment.
Fox News' Janelle Ash contributed to this report.