EUGENE, Ore. - It started out as a quiet night near Camelot Mobile Home Park in Eugene on Thursday night.
Around 1 a.m. on Friday the Ganfield family started hearing crackling noises coming from a home in the park.
Greg Ganfield looked outside and saw the home engulfed in flames.
"The flames were pretty big," said Greg Ganfield, a resident near the mobile home park. "I wondered if somebody was still inside the house because I know it's a 55 and older community."
Ganfield was dressed in nothing more than a T-shirt and shorts and ran for the door to help out.
"I just saw the fire and I automatically felt bad for the people just because their house was on fire," Ganfield said.
Ganfield's parents live in the mobile home park, so he used their key to get in more quickly.
When Ganfield made it to the front porch, the living room was already on fire.
"I could see a shadow in the hallway and I was banging on the door," Ganfield said.
When no one answered, Ganfield kicked in the door and found an elderly woman inside.
"I grabbed on to her arm at first because she was kind of retreating back into her bedroom so I grabbed her arm and we walked out," Ganfield said.
Ganfield said he and the elderly woman got out just in time.
"I didn't think we had a whole lot of time," Ganfield said. "We just happened to get lucky and see the flames."
Both Ganfield and the woman were taken to the hospital right after the fire. Both of them are doing fine now.
Still no word on what caused the flames.