The police say that Anne Heche's blood test "indicated the presence of narcotics."

The police say that Anne Heche's blood test "indicated the presence of narcotics."

Fox News Digital confirms Anne Heche's blood test showed drugs.

Blood testing showed the presence of medications, however hospital-administered drugs must be ruled out.

The LAPD has sent out more testing to rule out hospital-administered drugs.

TMZ says Heche was high on cocaine and perhaps fentanyl when she crashed Friday.

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Law enforcement sources informed TMZ that Heche, 53, had "cocaine" in her bloodstream while hospitalised.

"Our major priority is medical care first, and subsequently she'll face criminal charges," Lee told Fox News Digital.

"Fentanyl" was also found in her system, although more testing is needed to clarify if it was there during the crash.

The LAPD informed Fox News Digital on Thursday that no injuries were initially reported.

Lynne Mishele, who resided in Heche's demolished home, was injured by rubble and smoke, police said.

"We don't want to bias individuals based on a preliminary report," said Detective Olin Osborne.

Onlookers rushed to get the actress out of her car before she slammed a garage door and fled.

Lynne Bernstein, a witness, said he could "hardly breathe" after assisting Heche out of her Mini Cooper.