Former TNA President Dixie Carter shared some scary news on social media late Thursday night. Her house in Nashville, Tennessee caught fire.
Thankfully, the Carter family was not in the house when it caught fire. There was a good person who called 911 when they saw the flames and the fire department rushed to the scene of the fire. Luckily, the house was saved.
Carter took to Twitter to thank the fire department and the person who alerted them of the situation by writing the following:
“Thanks to @NashvilleFire, & a Good Samaritan that called them when she saw flames, for saving our home tonight. Stations 20, 8, 17, 13, 27 & 16 B Shift, you guys ROCK! Eternally grateful.”
Carter first got involved with TNA Wrestling when she was contacted about doing some PR work for the promotion. A few months later, Carter contacted her parents, the owners of Panda Energy International, about purchasing the majority ownership of the promotion.
She was the TNA President for many years until Billy Corgan took over. After a lawsuit between them, Corgan departed from the promotion and eventually, Anthem Sports & Entertainment bought TNA in 2017.
Thanks to @NashvilleFire, & a Good Samaritan that called them when she saw flames, for saving our home tonight. Stations 20, 8, 17, 13, 27 & 16 B Shift, you guys ROCK! Eternally grateful. 🙏💜 pic.twitter.com/6v110HqOHK
— Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) April 23, 2021