Carrie Underwood’s Tennessee Home Catches Fire On Father’s Day

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Carrie Underwood, her family, and her pets are unharmed after a fire broke out at their rural Tennessee farm Sunday night.

According to a social media post made by Williamson County Fire and Rescue, crews from eight stations responded to a call at 9:42 p.m. Sunday night, July 16.

When crews arrived at the home, they found the garage in flames.

“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,” the post reads.

The department’s spokeswoman, Dinah Wade, confirmed the news to The Tennessean, and shared that four people and three pets were able to escape the home without injury. She also reported that the fire was caused by an off-road UTV that unexpectedly went up in flames.

Wade said an off-road UTV caught fire and spread to the singer’s garage.

Brad Cafarelli, spokesman for Carrie Underwood, told the outlet that the singer’s primary home wasn’t damaged by the blaze, but that some could be smelled throughout. The fire did not make the home uninhabitable, so Carrie, husband Mike Fisher, and sons Isaiah and Jacob are safe to stay there.

WKRN reports that the home Carrie Underwood shares with her family is located in the community of Pinewood, west of Leiper’s Fork, southwest of Nashville.