Ray, her husband John Cusimano and their dog were home in Lake Lucerne on Sunday when the fire broke out.
“Everyone was able to get out safely,” Brian LaFleure, director of emergency services and fire coordinator for the county, told CNN.
“There were no injuries, which was good,” he said. “Right now, we are in the process of determining what the cause may be. There is nothing doubtful, but we are looking to determine what the cause was.”
The fire mainly damaged the main house of the property.
Ray’s representative also gave a statement to CNN.
“Rachael, her husband John and their dog Bella are safe,” the statement said. “Their house was unfortunately damaged and we are in the process of reaching what extent. I am happy to provide updates as I know it.”
Ray has been filming her day show “The Rachael Ray Show” from her home since the pandemic closed the studios.
On Monday she tweeted, “Thank you to our first local interviewees for the courtesy and gratitude and save what they could for our home.”
“Grateful that my mom, my husband, my dog … we’re all fine,” Ray wrote. “These are the days when we should all be grateful for what we have, not what we have lost.”
“I * lost the phone (posted through a team member) Thank you for all the wishes, concern and approach, but I can not return texts and calls at the moment …!”, She added.