Fire breaks out at Dolphins star Tyreek Hill’s home, finally doused

Time Of Info By TOI Desk Report   January 4, 2024   Update on : January 4, 2024

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A fire broke out at the house of Miami Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill in Florida Wednesday afternoon, reports CBC News.

Tyreek Hill and his family are safe after fire rescue crews responded to a large fire and firefighters doused it with water.

The house, located in the 16000 block of Berkshire Court, was shown Wednesday on local station WSVN 7 News with a large amount of black smoke coming out of the roof.

As heavy black and white smoke was spewing from the mansion, 20 firefighters got to the scene shortly before 2:00 pm (local time).

When firefighters rushed to the spot, everyone inside the home stood outside.

It is not still clear what caused the blaze.  AS Miami prepares for its regular-season finale against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday night, Hill had been at Dolphins practice. Hearing the blaze, he left the practice and headed home.

Some family members were home at the time of the fire, Hill’s agent Drew Rosenhaus told reporters.

Rosenhaus said he and his family are safe. No one was injured No. 1, no pets. “We’re very grateful to the firefighters who doused the fire,” he said.

Rosenhaus said Hill will not make any comment in this regard at this time as the cause remains under investigation.

According to property records, Hill’s mansion, which was built in 2007, has 9,326 sqft of indoor living space on a 2.28 acres plot.

The 9,300-square-foot mansion has two guest houses, seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a home theatre, a full-size basketball court, and a massive pool.

Hill, 29, who currently leads the NFL with 1,717 yards receiving, has 12 touchdowns. Tyreek Hill is the only NFL player in history to record at least 1,700 yards in multiple seasons.

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