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Damage to Rachel Ray's mansion shown in drone photos

Damage to Rachel Ray’s mansion shown in drone photos

Damage to Rachel Ray’s upstate New York mansion shown in drone photos after a massive fire ripped through her home last Sunday.

Damage to Rachel Ray’s mansion shown in drone photos

Exclusive drone footage obtained by the Daily Mail shows the extend of the damage to Rachel Ray’s upstate New York mansion after a fire raged through the building last Sunday. Almost the entire house has incurred significant damage, but miraculously the celebrity cook’s state-of-the-art kitchen where she has been filming from home for her daytime talk show during coronavirus pandemic remained intact.

Fire crews had to use water from a nearby pond to put out the blazing fire as no hydrants are present near her home on Chuckwagon Trail in Lake Luzerne.

Ray tweeted on Monday that she, her husband, mother, and dog all escaped the fire without injuries. she also thanked the first responders.


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Photo credit: MEGA, Daily Mail

Haye Kesteloo

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