TULSA, Okla. — A New Year off to a not so good start for Randy and Elizabeth Honeycutt.
In the early morning of January 4th, tragedy struck.
“I thought somebody was breaking in my house," Randy Honeycutt said.
Someone kicked in his door just after 4 a.m. and woke him up.
Honeycutt said, "I had my hand on my shotgun.”
He was ready to deal with the intruder in his home. However, it wasn't an intruder, it was Honeycutt's savior.
“Hollering 'fire, fire, fire,'" Honeycutt said.
Honeycutt thought he and his wife were trapped inside his bedroom.
“I kicked out both windows up there on the side to let some air in and realized there’s no way I can go out that way," Honeycutt said.
Luckily, Honeycutt kicked out another window and realized there was an escape route. Now, Honeycutt wants to find the guardian angel who didn't stick around after alerting the couple to the fire.
“He needs to know that his going above and beyond saved my life and my wife’s life,” Honeycutt said.
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