PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — Three people were taken to Sacred Heart Hospital after a mobile home fire Thursday morning in the 900 block of Massachusetts Avenue.

Camilla Johnson lives at the home at Oakstead Mobile Home Park. She was outside when she saw smoke and ran inside to rescue her one and two year old grandsons.

“I could see nothing,” Johnson said. “I didn’t know where the babies were.”

Johnson said she is thankful to be alive and grateful to have had the strength to run back inside to save her grandchildren. She couldn’t see anything because of the heavy smoke so she had to listen for the boys to cry or make some noise. She found one on the couch, dropped him outside the front door then went back in for the other grandson.

“I grab him off the couch and throw him out the door,” she said. “I just said Lord I hope I didn’t hurt the baby and break a bone or nothing but he’s going to be living. So, I went in there and asked the Lord, I said Lord, able me to hear my other grand baby’s voice so I can go to him. I grabbed him and I ran him out the door.”

The call came in at 9:16 a.m. and fire crews arrived to the burning home at 9:22 a.m. It took about 40 minutes to put the fire out.

Johnson and her grandsons were treated for smoke inhalation at Sacred Heart Hospital. They will all be okay.

Johnson is hoping to get assistance from the American Red Cross because she said she has lost nearly everything inside her home.