A fire broke out at the Georgia home of country singer Travis Tritt on Wednesday. Luckily, no one was hurt.
"Fire destroyed the kids playground at my house today," the 52-year-old said on Twitter, alongside a photo of a scorched, damaged trampoline inside a fenced area with a mulch ground and two fire trucks parked outside. "Thanking God that nobody was hurt and no other major damage."
Tritt, known for songs such as "Foolish Pride," "Best of Intentions," and "It's a Great Day to Be Alive," is married to 43-year-old Theresa Tritt, his third wife. They are parents to sons Tristan, 16, and Tarian, 11, and daughter Tyler, 17. He occasionally posts pictures of his family on Twitter.
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Tritt tweeted that the cause of the blaze remains unknown. Authorities have not commented.
"Glad your safe. Crazy! I bet that's the last time Theresa puts you in charge of grilling out! (sic)" comedian Larry the Cable Guy joked on Twitter.
"Yep!" Tritt replied. "Next time I'll have a spatula in one hand and a fire extinguisher in the other!"