On August 5, actress Anne Heche crashed her blue Mini Cooper into a home in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles. The woman who lived in the home, Lynn Mishele, was home at the time. Miraculously, Mishele and her dogs survived the crash. She had reportedly gotten up to do chores in a room at the back on the house just moments before Heche’s car crashed almost all the way through her home.

Heche went into a coma after the crash and ended up dying. Mishele survived with little to no injuries, yet now she is left with the aftermath of losing literally all of her belongings in an instant.

It took 59 firefighters over an hour to put out the fire that resulted from the car crash and to rescue Heche from her vehicle, which caught fire almost immediately after crashing into the home.

Thankfully, the part of the house that Mishele was in at the time of the crash did not immediately catch fire which is why she managed to escape and survive.

While you may have already seen videos of Heche speeding through neighborhood streets shortly before the crash, it’s something else entirely to see the aftermath of the crash from inside the home. TMZ shared footage of the inside of Mishele’s home. Rubble and debris are everywhere. It appears that Heche knocked down not only an exterior wall but also an interior wall before the vehicle finally came to a stop.

Watch the video below to see the inside of Mishele’s home for yourself.

Mishele’s neighbors have put together a GoFundMe to help Mishele get back on her feet after losing all of her belongings. They wrote, “Lynne and her family very narrowly escaped physical harm, and for that we are very, very grateful. The home, however, was completely burned – with 59 firefighters taking 65 minutes to extinguish the flames – and immediately red-tagged by the LAFD, necessitating that Lynne leave the place she rents and loves. Even more distressing is that Lynne lost her entire lifetime of possessions, mementos, all equipment for her business including her laptop and iPad, all of her clothing and basic necessities, and all household items.” The original goal for the fundraiser was $100,000, but it has already reached over $177,000.