Rachael Ray grateful to be 'alive' after fire and flood at her New York homes

Rachael Ray grateful to be 'alive' after fire and flood at her New York homes

Rachael Ray grateful to be 'alive' after fire and flood at her New York homes The celebrity chef suffered two tragedies at her properties in the last year, but says the coronavirus pandemic kept things in perspective Rachael Ray revealed that she’s grateful just to be alive after suffering two tragedies at her New York properties roughly one year apart from one another. In August of 2020, the celebrity TV chef, 53, revealed that her house in Lake Luzerne, New York burned down in a fire. The cause was determined to be an issue that started in her fireplace chimney that allowed flames to spread on the roof. Ray, her husband John Cusimano and their dog Bella were luckily not harmed in the fire. However, she stated in a video …
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