Travis Tritt’s Property Catches Fire: “Thanking God” Nobody Was Hurt

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Travis Tritt's property in Georgia caught on fire Paras Griffin/Getty Images

Close call. Country singer Travis Tritt took to Twitter on Wednesday, July 29, to offer an update after part of his property caught on fire.

The "It's a Great Day to Be Alive" performer, 52, shared a photo of his backyard, which was completely charred after the blaze. A large trampoline was left shredded and areas of play equipment were in pieces.

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"Fire destroyed the kids playground at my house today," Tritt wrote. "Thanking God that nobody was hurt and no other major damage."

Us Weekly can confirm that the backyard of the musician's home in Powder Springs, Ga., went up in flames on Wednesday. TMZ reports that the blaze took off in the yard and pool house and may have been caused by weather and scorching temperatures in the area.

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The now-destroyed playground was for Tritt's three children, whom he shares with wife Theresa Nelson. The two married in 1997 and went on to welcome sons Tristan, 16, Tarian, 11, and daughter Tyler, 17.

Fellow celebs sent Tritt their best wishes after the fire, with Larry The Cable Guy and MLB star Wade Boggs tweeting their gratitude that everyone was safe.

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