Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill’s home extensively destroyed by fire Firefighters battle a fire Wednesday at the home of Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill in Southwest Ranches, Fla.AP SOUTHWEST RANCHES, Florida — No injuries were reported when a fire Wednesday seriously damaged the home of Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill.
WTVJ Channel 6 reports the fire, which started just before 2 p.m., was contained to the attic area and the top of the enormous property, but there was smoke damage throughout.
Hill was told about the fire while at practice, WSVN Channel 7 reports. A statement from the Dolphins said Hill’s wife and two children were able to get out safely. Hill left practice to attend to the scene, the document adds.
WSVN reports it took roughly an hour to extinguish the fire. The cause is under investigation.
“I think that would be difficult for, not just my teammates, but for anyone in general to be going through what Tyreek is going through right now,” Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa said after practice, according to WSVN. “I think the main thing is his family is safe, his loved ones are good, and he’s good as well. I know it’s a little clichéd to say, but certain things like that, part of the house, some of those things can be replaceable, but I’m just thankful that a lot of his family members are safe.”
Hill has been with the Dolphins since 2022, when he was traded to the organization from the Kansas City Chiefs.