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A fire started in the basement of the home of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick and his wife DeLana Harvick late Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning. While the house sustained structural and smoke damage, Harvick, his wife and infant son Keelan Harvick were not injured.
Kevin Harvick Inc. released a statement following the incident that read, “Last night, the local fire department was called to the Harvicks’ house where a fire started in the basement in the early morning hours. There was structural and smoke damage within the area. Kevin, DeLana and Keelan were not injured. Thank you all for the outpouring of concern.”
Both Harvick and his wife also tweeted about the incident:
“Nothing says WAKE UP like a fire and an alarm! Coulda been really, really bad... Thanks to our local fire dept!” -- @DeLanaHarvick
“Tonight we were lucky thanks to these guys we still have a house! -- @KevinHarvick
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