Jimmie Johnson, a Nascar driver, suffers a devastating family tragedy.

The terrible episode involving Jimmie Johnson’s mother-in-law, father-in-law, and nephew’s untimely deaths is now being investigated as a possible murder-suicide. This horrific happening crushed the family, and suffering a massive loss.

The remains of Johnson’s wife of nearly two decades, Chandra Janway, her parents, and their 11-year-old nephew were discovered in their Oklahoma home, all with deadly gunshot wounds.

According to Muskogee Police, a female occupant of the Oklahoma residence, she made a troubling 911 call before discovering the bodies. She reported the presence of a gun-wielding man.

While the mother-in-law, Terry Janway, is now being investigated as the prime suspect, it is essential to remember that no confirmations have been made, and no individuals have been charged with the incident.

Following this heartbreaking news, Johnson’s team stated that it had confirmed the racer’s withdrawal from the forthcoming Chicago Street Race.

During this sad time, the Johnson family has requested privacy and will not make any additional statements.

This tragedy has rocked the Oklahoma community, where the Janway family has deep ties. Chandra Janway, an actress and the wife of legendary racer Jimmie Johnson, was born and raised in Oklahoma and attended the prestigious University of Oklahoma.

As a result, Oklahoma has long been regarded as the Janway family’s treasured home.

Unfortunately, this heartbreaking family tragedy occurred within the borders of Oklahoma. Mayor Marlon Coleman of Muskogee, Oklahoma, where Chandra’s parents lived, talked with Fox23, expressing his shock and dismay at the tragedy. Mayor Coleman stated that the Janway family’s late patriarch, Jack Janway, was a well-known chiropractor in the neighborhood.

“It is distressing to realize that a well-established family, which has made significant contributions to our community, could be involved in such a tragic event.” “And the fact that a child was involved only adds to the horror,” said the mayor.

“I had the opportunity to meet Dr. Janway. He looked after me when I was in Muskogee, and we had a long history together. The realization that it was him and his family struck me greatly.”

NASCAR expressed condolences to the Johnson and Janway families following this tragic turn of events. Rick Hendrick, the owner of Johnson’s NASCAR team, also said he had spoken with Jimmie and offered his organization’s full support and resources.

In times of distress, it is vital to seek help. If you or anyone around you is suffering suicide thoughts, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255).