In Iowa, the United States, a guy who took the wrong path ended up rescuing four siblings from their burning home. On October 23, the event occurred earlier this month. The family’s doorbell camera captured the horrifying house fire, showing three children, aged 8, 14, and 17, and their 22-year-old brother is fleeing the flames.
The owner of the home and the mother of the four children, Tender Lehman, shared a video of the terrifying moments on Instagram and commented, “The day our lives changed forever! But, from the ashes, right?” beside the caption.
The video footage shows three siblings escaping the house through the front entrance as the front porch was consumed by fire. Another person saw their 22-year-old brother running through the front door moments later as the fire engulfed the porch more and more.
According to the New York Post, Brendon Brit, who had taken a wrong turn and stumbled across the roaring blaze, is said to have saved the four siblings from the house fire. According to reports, Mr. Brit was passing when he noticed the flames, got out of his car and started banging on the windows.
It was so late at night that I had the impression that someone was inside. “I simply felt that I had to act quickly,” Mr. Birt said.
He said he started pounding on the windows and shouting “Fire!” because he had a gut feeling that there were still people inside. According to Mr. Brit, “Every second that was passing by was growing worse, “Mr. Brit told ABC News affiliate KETV. “They came out the door [and] I just felt like I just wanted to break down and cry,” he added.