ALASKAN Bush People’s Noah Brown and pregnant wife Rhain revealed they moved off the family’s land after the devastating fire that destroyed all of their homes.
The Brown family had to rebuild everything before losing the patriarch of the family to a fatal seizure.
Back in the fall, the Brown family revealed they had lost everything during a massive fire that destroyed their property, which extended for acres.
Following the fire, Noah and his wife decided to pack up and move out of the farm as they get ready to receive their second child together.
Noah, the youngest of the Brown siblings, revealed on social media Sunday night: “To set the record straight so that everyone can stop asking and speculating.
“The mountain is home, North Star Ranch is home, the only reason that we are not on the mountain right now is because Rhain and I personally lost everything in the Palmer mountain wildfire; so we are in a rent house until we can rebuild what we lost.
“We do not want any donations or handouts, we are handling everything ourselves, however We do really appreciate the well wishes and prayers, thank you.”
Just a week ago, Noah and Rhain revealed they were expecting their second child together with a sweet poem.
The proud father of one wrote in a post: “Roses are red, Violets are Blue, Rhain is Pregnant and I will love this baby too.”
Noah and Rhain previously welcomed their baby boy Elijah in February 2019.
He shared the photo shortly after the family of three were left devastated following the Palmer Fire burned through 17,735 acres in Washington state, including patriarch Billy Brown’s $1.6 million, 436-acre property.
Tragedy continued to impact the family when Billy died at the age of 68 after suffering a seizure in February.
Billy and wife Ami, 57, share daughters Rain and Snowbird and sons Bear, Matt, Joshua Bam Bam and Noah.
Back in February, The Sun exclusively reported that Billy died after suffering a seizure as medics attempted to save him with CPR and called for an emergency helicopter.
A Washington Sheriff’s Office confirmed to The Sun that a call was made at 4:03pm, stating: “Medical requested a helicopter. It doesn’t appear he was transported to the hospital by medical. He passed away at the house.”
The Sheriff added that medics “attempted CPR” on the patriarch.
He continued: “Medics and fire were on the scene a hour and a half before the Sheriff’s Office was called. We respond to all deaths. At this point, nothing suspicious or criminal.”
In a clip of Alaskan Bush People, Noah teared up as he remembered his late father, saying: “The thing I’ll remember the most about dad was his dream.”
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