A 90-year-old Oklahoma woman was rescued by four neighborhood teenagers who rescued her from her burning home.
] The heroic youths joined Ainsley Earhardt on Monday's "Fox & Friends" to share the experience. Catherine Ritchie was in her bathroom last month, getting ready for bed when she noticed the headboard of the bed was on fire.
Ritchie said she had tried to extinguish the fire by throwing blankets and pillows on the flames, but the smoke became so dense that she soon became disoriented in her home in Sapulpa, where she had lived for 58 years was.
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Then the four boys Dylan Wick (16), Nick Byrd (14), Seth Byrd (16) and Wyatt Hall (17) came to her aid. They were across the street when the fire broke out.
Seth Byrd said he was running to the front door while his brother entered through the back door. Hall ran to a neighbor for help, and Wick called 911. Nick said he heard Ritchie shouting for help when he came in. 19659005 I saw them at the end of the hall and just picked them up and took them to Seth down on the porch, "he recalled.
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None of the boys or Ritchie suffered any injuries while the firefighters arrived soon after extinguishing the fire.
"It was a big adrenaline rush as it should be. We just reacted really well, "said Wick.
Danielle Wallace of Fox News contributed to this report.