Firefighters are at the scene of a blaze at the upstate New York home of talk show host and television chief Rachael Ray.
Ray’s home is located on the Chuckwagon Trail in Lake Luzerne, north of Saratoga Springs.
The first images of the blaze showed huge flames bursting from the roof of the house, which was surrounded by smoke.
“See some of the first photos of the @rachaelray fire at the Lake Lucerne house and it doesn’t look good,” journalist Mark Mulholland wrote.
The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.
The Warren County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed there is a fire at a house on Chuckwagon Trail in Lake Luzerne New York owned by celebrity chef and TV personality Rachael Ray
Photos posted online showed the burning house with the roof on fire
Firefighters were at the scene of the upstate New York home around 7:30 p.m. Sunday
Quarantine Buddy: In April, she took a YouTube tour of her home in Lake Luzerne, New York, where she was in her forties with husband John M Cusimano, 52
The house is located in upstate New York, about a half hour drive north of Saratoga Springs
At one point, 12 fire departments were on scene to tackle the blaze after being called to the incident at 7:27 p.m. Sunday night.
In a statement, representatives for Ray confirmed that there were no injuries, although the extent of the damage is unknown.
A retired fire official at the scene said Ray was at home when the fire started, but was able to get out of the house without injuring herself, according to CBS17.
Ray filmed from home for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic
Rachael, her husband and their dog Bella are said to be safe.
Ray, 51, has been filming and preparing for a storm from his home since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and, in April, posted a video online of his kitchen.
The Chief of Television owns nearly 200 acres of land in the Adirondack Mountain Range.
She shares the house with her husband, John Cusimano, and reveals in the video that she designed it herself by drawing it on a piece of paper.
Rachael hosted her cooking show in the kitchen starting in April, when the pandemic began
Open plan: Rachel did her cooking as she wanted… by drawing it on a piece of paper
“I decorated the house before it was ever built,” Ray says in a video tour of his kitchen and pantry. “I drew the house on a piece of paper to find out what I wanted it to be in my head.
The spacious, open-plan design allowed Ray to film his show from the comfort of his own kitchen.
In a video clip touring the kitchen, she revealed that her two favorite appliances were the six-burner gas stove and her wood-fired pizza oven, which she called her “treasures.”
Comfortable living: the kitchen certainly had a chalet feel to the decor
Eco-friendly: The chef uses organic dish soap and grows her own herbs
Busy: her kitchen top seemed full of little knickknacks