Carrie Underwood confirmed many of the details being reported about a fire near their house on Sunday night (June 16).

The singer's team shared a statement with Taste of Country that assures fans that no person or pet was harmed.

  • At 9:42PM, fire crews were called to the home Underwood and Mike Fisher own.
  • The fire was in the garage and was started by a UTV.
  • The couple's 10,000 gallon water tank was of great assistance in controlling and putting out the blaze.

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Photos and a cost estimate of the damage were not yet made available but Williamson County Fire Rescue did share a trio of pictures from the emergency call. Underwood's team said it was "quickly contained and added that:

There was no fire damage to the primary residence, and the family and their pets were unharmed.

Williamson County Fire Rescue
Williamson County Fire Rescue

Carrie Underwood House Fire Details:

Here is what we do and don't know about the fire on Carrie Underwood's property:

  • We do know that the family was home and that Underwood, Fisher and sons Isaiah and Jacob were not injured.
  • We do know their pets were unharmed. "One of the pets would not leave the homeowner's side," says Dinah Ward, spokesperson with WCFR (per the Tennessean).
  • We do know crews from eight different trucks were called, and some remained on the scene for several hours to extinguish hot spots.
  • We do know the home is near Leiper's Fork, Tenn. but is in a very remote area of town.

It's not clear if any of Underwood's farm animals were nearby when the fire started and it's not clear if anyone was asleep. We also don't know her address but do know it wasn't this 7,000 square foot mansion. That's first up in a Google search, but the couple sold it in 2019.

Neither Underwood nor Fisher has said anything about the fire on social media. Her next show is slated for later this week.

Picture of Carrie Underwood's House and Fire Crews
Williamson County Fire Rescue
Picture of Carrie Underwood's House and Fire Crews
Williamson County Fire Rescue

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