Jennifer Lawrence’s brother (Jennifer Lawrence) managed the farm and organized summer camps, and confirmed the news on social media.
Jennifer Lawrence’s family was “destroyed” after losing most of the infrastructure in her beloved Kentucky barn, which was run by her translator’s brother, Blaine Lawrence, and every year they all organize camps there.
After the tragedy, the only consolation of all was that there were no personal injuries.
All the animals that lived there were safe before the fire engulfed the main building.
Regardless, it is clear from the Facebook post shared by Blaine that the Lawrence family is deeply affected by the place losing everyone’s emotional value.
“With heavy hearts, we want to confirm the news that yesterday we lost our barn in a terrible fire. We are so grateful that no one was injured, no one or animal was injured.
However, we had to pay for what we lost many years later. Everything is asking for hard work and good memories, “he said in a statement, and also thanked the firefighters and other emergency services for their quick and decisive action.
“Words cannot describe the pain we felt, but we are so grateful to the Simpsonville Fire Department and all the other firefighters who responded to our emergency.
You are true heroes. We are also so grateful to countless members of our community for your support during this time. Give us a hand to support us. Your love and kindness mean a lot to us.
Finally, the Lawrence family assured their followers that they would get back on their feet as soon as possible and reopen their homes next summer. “In this case, God’s goodness and protection are obvious.
We know that he is with us and controls the pace of the future. Our hope for him stands firm. We know that Hi-Ho camp is for many people.
It is a special place. We plan to rebuild and repair it so that we can have a safe and happy camping experience this summer. ”
So far Jennifer Lawrence has not commented on this tragedy, however, TMZ had access to an email that Blaine Lawrence sent to the parents of the children who attend the camp in which he explains the damage they suffered.
The facilities, which promised immediate repair and reconstruction of the affected area, which, according to the outlet, housed his office, stables for his horses, an indoor riding area for children, an interior rock wall, an exhibit of native wildlife, an art and crafts area, garage with farm equipment and a nursing station.