Carrie Underwood and her family were reported to be “unharmed” after emergency crews responded to a fire at the singer’s home in Tennessee.

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A spokesperson for Carrie Underwood confirmed to PEOPLE that there was “no fire damage” to the country singer’s Tennessee home. Emergency crews swiftly contained the flames on Sunday night.

Carrie Underwood and her family escaped unharmed after firefighters extinguished a fire at the country star’s Tennessee home on Sunday night.

According to WKRN News 2, multiple crews responded to Underwood’s Williamson County property on June 16 following reports of a fire that started in the garage around 9:40 p.m. The fire was described as “fully-involved,” but firefighters were able to quickly extinguish it, aided by a 10,000-gallon water tank already on site.

A spokesperson for Underwood confirmed to PEOPLE that the singer, her husband Mike Fisher, their two sons Isaiah (9) and Jacob (5), and their pets were all safe following the incident.

“There was a fire on the property on Sunday night, which was quickly contained,” the spokesperson said. “There was no fire damage to the primary residence, and the family and their pets were unharmed.”

According to an update shared on social media by the Williamson County Fire/Rescue, crews from all eight stations responded swiftly to the fire alarm call at Carrie Underwood’s residence. The incident, initially reported as a structure fire, was contained rapidly before it could spread into the house.

“The cause of the fire is under investigation. There are no injuries at this time,” the update concluded.

It’s uncertain if the fire at Carrie Underwood’s home affected Father’s Day plans for her husband. Hours before the incident, the “Blown Away” singer shared a photo on her Instagram Stories posing with her animals, captioned, “Sheep selfie with Gray and Gary…”

Reflecting on her life at home in a 2020 interview with PEOPLE, Underwood emphasized her family’s normalcy away from the spotlight. “We’re just really normal people and I’m so thankful that we are,” she said. “I feel like if I were the person that I am on stage when I’m at home, I just don’t know if that person would have too many friends.”

The “All-American Girl” artist continued, “I enjoy playing that role, but you can’t be that big of a personality all the time. Well I guess you can, but it’s gotta be exhausting.”