Carrie Underwood’s Rep Makes Statement About Her House Fire

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On Father’s Day, fire crews were called to Carrie Underwood’s Nashville farm.

Williamson County Fire and Rescue revealed on social media that they received a call on Sunday (June 16) at 9:42 p.m. Turns out, they were heading to country singer Carrie Underwood’s home in rural Tennessee and found the garage on fire.

The post read, “At 9:42, Station 21 was dispatched to a fire alarm in their district. Almost immediately the call was upgraded to a structure fire. Crews from all eight of our stations responded. Fairview fire provided a tanker and crew as well. Upon arrival, 1401 found flames coming from garage.”

The statement continued, “Crews were able to knock down the fire quickly to prevent spread into the house. Firefighters continue to put out hotspots to prevent further spread.”


Dinah Wade, the Williamson County Fire spokesperson, told The Tennessean that the fire was caused by an off-road UTV, and that four people, plus three pets were able to evacuate the home without injuries.

Carrie Underwood’s spokesperson released a statement.

In a statement released to Country Rebel, Underwood’s spokesperson Brad Cafarelli said, “There was a fire on the property on Sunday night, which was quickly contained. There was no fire damage to the primary residence, and the family and their pets were unharmed.”

Like Cafarelli said in his statement, the primary home was not damaged by the fire, making it safe for Carrie, her husband Mike Fisher, and their sons Isaiah and Jacob to remain in the home.

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