The 'Going for Sold' host shared photos of her crushed red suv after impact with a large metal pole
HGTV’s Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin was involved in a car crash that totaled her vehicle, she shared on Instagram.
Mary, who has co-hosted Going for Sold and Two Steps Home with her husband Jon Pierre Tjon-Joe-Pin, shared photos of the aftermath on social media on Tuesday. She tagged the location of the accident as Houston — the couple’s home city and the setting of both of their HGTV series.
In the photos, the front of the star’s car is completely smashed into a pole next to an overpass, and the side of the vehicle is also severely damaged.
Firefighters and police officers responded to the wreck, the photos show.
“Everything happened so quickly...I think I'm still in a state [of] shock,” Mary wrote alongside the photos, adding, “wasn't sure if I wanted to share or not.”
The Going for Sold alum didn't share if she or any passengers had been injured, but did write: “All I can say is GOD IS GOOD!” seemingly a nod to her coming away from the accident unharmed.
Although she tagged Jon Pierre in the caption, she did not specify whether he or the couple’s children — daughter Harper and son Grayson — were involved in the crash.
A representative for HGTV did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
Several of Mary and Jon Pierre’s fellow HGTV hosts expressed their relief at the stars’ safety in the comments.
Luxe for Less host Michel Smith Boyd wrote, “We’re glad that you’re safe!” while What's Wrong With That House's Noel Gatts commented, “Oh my heart!!!! I’m sending you so much love. Thank goodness you’re all ok!!!”
Survivor champ Wendell Holland, who has appeared on Hot Mess House and HGTV's Smart Home specials, also commented, writing, “OH MY GOODNESS. PRAISE GOD.”
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The Tjon-Joe-Pins’ first HGTV series Going for Sold, which premiered in 2019, followed the husband-and-wife team as they renovated homes for Houston families.
Their second show, 2021’s Two Steps Home, gave insight into both the home buying and selling process. It followed the real estate-design duo as they helped clients through the daunting process of selling their old home and buying a new one.
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