The couple was identified as Albert Sassoe Jr. and Doris Bergmann.
Fire officials said the home did not have functioning smoke alarms.
The report concluded that Heche's death was accidental, noting she died of "inhalation and thermal injuries" resulting from the fire that erupted after the crash occurred.
The Mar Vista woman whose house was destroyed in the car crash that killed late actress Anne Heche is suing Heche’s estate for at least $2 million.
The crash in August "completely traumatized" Lynne Mishele, destroying her home and "an entire life's worth of her personal possessions," the lawsuit says.
An 82-year-old man in a wheelchair was brutally stabbed by another man while dining inside a restaurant in Mar Vista.
An 82-year-old man in a wheelchair was brutally stabbed by another man while dining inside the Taco Bell on Venice Boulevard in Mar Vista.
Two people, a landlord and a gardener, were rushed to the hospital after they were shot in LA County in broad daylight. Neighbors rushed in to help the victims stay alive as they waited for paramedics to arrive.
Actress Anne Heche died without a will, and her 20-year-old son has filed court papers to control her estate.
Actress Anne Heche has been laid to rest at a storied Los Angeles cemetery alongside many Hollywood luminaries.
Days after a bizarre and horrific crash into a Mar Vista home, Daytime Emmy Award-winning actress Anne Heche has died at the age of 53.
A week after suffering severe injuries when Los Angeles authorities said she crashed her vehicle into a Mar Vista home, Anne Heche has been declared brain dead. The actress is being kept on life support for organ donation.
Anne Heche is under investigation for felony DUI following last week's fiery crash in Mar Vista, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
LAPD has obtained a warrant for the actress' blood to determine if drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash that set a Mar Vista home on fire.
Images from SkyFOX appear to show Anne Heche trying to get out of the gurney she was placed in.
A week after suffering severe injuries when Los Angeles authorities said she crashed her vehicle into a Mar Vista home, Anne Heche has been declared brain dead.
Anne Heche's representatives told FOX 11 that the Daytime Emmy Award-winning actress and mother of two was declared brain dead on Thursday night and has been kept on life support, so she can donate her organs.
The Emmy Award-winning actress is a mother of two.
Actress Anne Heche's injuries are so severe that her inner circles appear to be bracing for the worst.
Actress Anne Heche is in a coma after crashing a car into a Mar Vista home. A salon owner may have been one of the last people to see her before the fiery crash.