A true story of heroism rose from the ashes of a frightening Memphis house fire Friday.
A woman without the ability to walk was able to, not only escape herself, also save the life of her aunt. 
“When I heard the first oxygen tank explode, I was like we have to get further,” said Tiffani Williams. “That’s when I put her on my lap and started scooting down the steps.”
Williams said it’s a blessing
“It’s nothing but God,” Williams said. “I know that he was there.”
She has been out of work for two months because of a leg surgery that prevented her from walking.
Her aunt, Paula Turner, has cerebral palsy and has been disabled her entire life.
But on Friday, this family lost everything.
“She has a window unit in her room,” Williams said. “It caught fire.”
Williams said her aunt pulled …