Jennifer Lawrence and her family mourned the loss of the farm and summer camp in Kentucky because the fire was destroyed everything and it was a “horrible fire.”
The Hi-Ho camp in Simpsonville, Kentucky, run by Lawrence’s brother Blaine, shared a statement on Saturday’s Face book page revealing the destructive details of the Friday night fire that required six trucks to come to control.
The statement said: “Words cannot express the pain we have suffered.” Thanks to the fire department for its response. “It is through our best efforts that we confirmed the news that we lost the barn in the terrible fire last night. We are deeply grateful that no people or animals were harmed, but we are still working hard for many years and on these walls. Memories that we made there.”
Simpsonville Assistant Fire Department Chief Bobby Cravens told WLKY-TV at the scene that one of the problems hindering fire fighting is the water supply in rural areas.
Unfortunately, in such an area, there are no fire hydrants, and they must have to carry all the water in for suppression.
The investigation is still in proceed and trying to know the reason for the fire.
In addition to the “real hero”, the firefighter, the camp’s Face book message also vowed to God to rebuild before the summer.
Before the fire broke out, the camp had just started to register for the summer of 2021.
Lawrence’s mother, Karen, said in an interview in 2019 that the camp offers, “Handicrafts, horses, archery, lakes, fishing, kayaks, paddle steamers, fortresses and a place called Hammock City. In this place, many hammocks are tied to trees and children can wander outside all day long, or even daydream. There are also butterfly gardens and vegetable gardens.”
When Jennifer’s career began to get busy, the camp was sold to Brian. Karen Lawrence said.
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