Carrie Underwood Safe; Escapes Danger

(RightIsRight.co) – Country singer and former American Idol winner Carrie Underwood, her family and her pets are safe after they managed to escape from a dangerous fire that broke out at their home outside Nashville.

Dinah Wade from Williamson County Fire and Rescue confirmed the incident, stating that fire crews put out the blaze using a 1,000-gallon water tank installed at the family’s home.

The fire originated from an off-road UTV parked in the singer’s garage. Despite the intensity of the flames, all four people and three pets inside managed to escape without any injuries.

“One of the pets would not leave the homeowner’s side,” Wade noted, describing how firefighters arrived to find flames coming from the garage.

An Underwood spokesperson confirmed the fire and assured that it was swiftly contained. According to spokesman Brad Cafarelli, the main house was undamaged, although there was a lingering smell of smoke inside.

Moreover, the firefighting effort lasted for several hours due to hidden fire pockets within the walls. Despite this, the home itself remains intact, and currently, there is no estimate for the cost of damages.

Underwood and her husband, Mike Fisher, have two sons, 9-year-old Isaiah and 5-year-old Jacob. She has previously emphasized the importance of family amidst her busy career.

During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, she reflected on the unusual experience of being homebound with her family.

“I’ve never been in one place for this long in the past 15-plus years of my career, so it’s been really great to just really get to know them and watch them grow — especially Jake,” she said during an interview in 2017.

“It’s such a critical time in his life, and I’m never gonna get it back. So we’re just trying to enjoy it,” she added.

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