Disabled Tennessee Woman Rescues Disabled Aunt From House Fire

Per a report by WMC Action News, two Tennessee women unable to walk were able to save each other from a frightening house fire.

Tiffani Williams has been out of work for two months recovering from a leg surgery that prohibits her from walking.

Her aunt, Paula Turner, has cerebral palsy.

Friday, Williams said she was woken up after Turner pulled her breathing machine off to make it beep loudly to alarm her of the fire.

Williams woke up, smelled smoke and ran into her aunt’s room where she saw flames coming from the window air conditioning unit.

She knew she had to get her aunt out.

“I snatched her curtain down, which was behind her, threw it on the floor, pulled her off the bed, put her on the curtain, and got in front of her and started dragging her out of the house,” Williams told WMC.

Williams, her three children and Turner lost everything they had in the fire, but Williams says they are fortunate Turner pulled out her tube.

“If she wouldn’t have pulled her thing out, I wouldn’t have heard the alarm so to me she saved both of us,” said Williams.

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