Fire Breaks Out At Carrie Underwood’s Nashville Home

SHARE NOW

Carrie Underwood has shared details about the house fire that took place at her home on Sunday, June 16. The singer’s team revealed that thankfully no human or pet was injured in the blaze, which was started by a UTV stored in the garage. Fire crews were called at 9:42 p.m. to the home that Underwood and Mike Fisher own together, with the couple’s 10,000 gallon water tank proving to be very helpful in controlling and putting out the blaze. Crews from eight different fire trucks were called, with some of the fire crews remaining on the scene for several hours to extinguish hot spots on the property. Underwood’s team shared that the fire was “quickly contained” and added, “There was no fire damage to the primary residence, and the family and their pets were unharmed.” (The Boot)