• Anne Heche is in "stable condition" after she crashed her car into a house in Los Angeles Friday, her rep says
  • There were no other injuries reported
  • Her exes James Tupper and Thomas Jane sent their love and well-wishes to Heche

Anne Heche is doing better but remains in the hospital after a car crash Friday.

Heche's rep gave fans an update on her condition a day after the 53-year-old Emmy winner's accident, which occurred in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Mar Vista.

"Anne is currently in stable condition," her rep said in a statement to People. "Her family and friends ask for your thoughts and prayers and to respect her privacy during this difficult time."

Heche was driving a blue Mini Cooper when she crashed into a home on the 1700 block of South Walgrove Avenue The accident caused the residence to catch fire. The investigation into the incident is ongoing.

Heche suffered severe burns in the crash and was intubated, according to the outlet. There were no other injuries reported.

After news broke of the accident, Heche's ex James Tupper asked fans to pray for the actress. He took to social media to share a snap of Heche with their 13-year-old son, Atlas.

"Thoughts and prayers for this lovely woman, actress and mother tonight Anne Heche [broken heart emoji]," he wrote on Instagram. "We love you."

Tupper met Heche on her 2006 ABC show "Men in Trees." They were together for over a decade before they separated in 2018.

Heche also shares son Homer, 20, with ex-husband Coley Laffoon.

Thomas Jane, who dated Heche from 2019 to 2020, also sent his well-wishes to the "Cedar Rapids" star.

"While Anne and I are no longer an item, today's tragic news was devastating to me and to all who love her," he told Daily Mail Saturday. "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."

As of Saturday, authorities had yet to question Heche about the circumstances of the incident, CNN reported, citing an unnamed law enforcement source familiar with the investigation.

Following the crash, Heche was taken to a local hospital by Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) paramedics in critical condition, according to the outlet. The department said it took firefighters over an hour to "access, confine and fully extinguish the stubborn flames within the heavily damaged structure."

Heche remains hospitalized and in intensive care after the accident. An unnamed source close to the actress told CNN that Heche was "lucky" to survive, but recovery would take time.

"Anne is in the ICU, she's lucky to be alive. She has severe burns and has a long recovery ahead. Her team and her family are still trying to process what led up to the crash," the source said Saturday morning.

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Anne Heche, pictured at the 3rd Annual Mammoth Film Festival Portrait Studio in Mammoth Lakes, California on Feb. 29, 2020, is competing on “Dancing With the Stars” Season 29. Michael Bezjian/Getty Images for Mammoth Media Institute