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Carrie Underwood and family safe after Nashville home fire – NBC 6 South Florida

Carrie Underwood and family safe after Nashville home fire – NBC 6 South Florida

Originally published on E! Online

Carrie Underwood is counting her blessings.

The “If I Didn’t Love You” singer and her family — including husband Mike Fisher and sons Isaiah, 9, and Jacob, 5 — are safe and well after a fire at their Nashville home on June 16, her rep confirmed to E! News June 17.

According to Williamson County Fire and Rescue, they were called to extinguish the fire at 9:42 p.m., with all eight of their stations responding. And they were also able to provide an explanation for the cause in a June 17 press release, which stated, “The homeowner reported that a UTV was on fire next to the garage.”

“All residents of the home were able to escape unharmed,” the press release continued. “There were no injuries to the occupants or the fire brigade on site.”

Authorities also said they were able to extinguish the flames quickly and efficiently thanks to a “10,000-gallon reservoir on site.”

Carrie Underwood through the years

A spokesperson for Underwood and her family confirmed Sunday that the fire at their property was “quickly contained.”

“There was no fire damage to the main home,” the rep told E!, “and the family and their pets were unharmed.”

Underwood – who married Fisher in 2010 – has previously spoken about how important it is for her to have a strong home base to stay connected to her children during her performances.

“We eat together so much as a family,” the 41-year-old explained on TODAY in September. “It’s not a rule, it’s just what we do. I love it.”

And the “American Idol” alum appreciates how special their home is to her children, noting, “I want them to remember that.”



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