Jamie Vardy’s wife thanks ‘brilliant’ emergency services after gym at £2.5million mansion catches fire

Jamie Vardy and his wife Rebekah are thankful to the emergency service Unit after a fire broke out at the Leicester City forward’s Lincolnshire house.

However, an emergency service performed by the firefighters comes to rescue the situation, yet there are still some worries left for the Vardy family.

The Gym on the ground floor is the one affected by the fire as a spokesman from the firefighter’s unit said that the ground floor is damaged severely, and 90 percent of the Gym is now no use.

Rebekah Vardy, on the other hand, is thankful to the team for rescuing her home and posted on Instagram with the caption reads,

“Every cloud and all that. Thankfully no one was hurt…. Buildings and contents are replaceable, and the kiddies enjoyed the fire engines. Thank you for being so brilliant @lincolnshirefirerescue.”

Rebekah Vardy and the children showed their gratitude toward the firefighters.

Jamie Vardy and his wife live in a house close to Leicester with barely 30 minutes of the drive to Lincolnshire with grade ll listed and an eight-bed capacity mansion worths almost $2.5 million.

The Leicester all-time legend striker will be relieved by the fact that it ended with no real damage done to his house but there was no sign of him.

One family very close to Vardy’s house said, “There was a fire yesterday, I saw two fire engines, one on the drive and one outside. We were just popping out and we saw flashing lights.”

“I don’t know what all the fuss is about with the Vardys – they’re quite friendly, Jamie always says hi.”- the spokesman said.

Another woman from Vardy’s window distance said, “I didn’t see anything apart from a few fire engines outside for a while. They were there most of the afternoon.”

Salah Uddin Rafi

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Sports Content Writer. Covering F1, Tennis, Naskar and mostly Soccer. Graduated from Jahangirnagar University. A game of football is relentlessly uncompromised because passion runs thick through the veins.


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