BLUFFTON, Ind. (CNN) - Two children were injured in a fire in Bluffton, Indiana, but they were rescued by a couple of good Samaritans.
The two children were in another room and had been put down for a nap when the fire started, trapping them inside.
Two men, Josh and Seth saw the fire as they were driving down the street. They couldn't stop fast enough before they were trying to get the kids out.
With no firefighting experience, Josh said he wasn't even thinking when he sprang into action.
"'Help them,' that's all I could think about, was to get those kids out of there," he said. "Because I'm a father. I've got kids about the same age as the little ones that were in the house."
"It's second nature for us to go in a fire," Bluffton Fire Chief Don Craig said. "Obviously, going into a fire without our personal protective items is scary, so for him to be able to do that is just amazing."
Josh and Seth say they're not heroes; they were just in the right place at the right time.