A fire destroyed one building and damaged others at Loretta Lynn‘s home on Thursday night (Feb. 21). Firefighters arrived to Hurricane Mills at 7:30PM to put out the blaze. Lynn’s management later tweeted to tell fans she was safe.
“Thank you everyone for your concern. There was a small isolated fire within our cook shack this evening. Everyone is alright. – Team LL,” the tweet reads.
Loretta's ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, is billed as "The 7th Largest Attraction in Tennessee", featuring a recording studio, museums, lodging, and other attractions. For over 30 years the ranch has hosted the Loretta Lynn's Amateur Motocross National Championship, the world's largest amateur motocross race, in addition to GNCC Racing events. The ranch is centered around her large plantation home, along with a replica of her cabin in Butcher Hollow. Lynn’s 6,000 square foot ranch is currently closed to tourists for the winter season, but is scheduled to reopen on March 1.