The fire was spreading fast and her daughter was still in the vehicle.
"She was in the back seat in a car seat and I was having trouble with the straps, so I ended up pulling the strap and breaking it and getting her out" said Klink.
Tabitha said they moved down the road to get away from the fire.
"By the time we got down the road, the windows blew out and the hood blew up" she said.
Tabitha says the incident happened as she was on her way to pick up her handicapped brother, which would have been a more serious situation.
"If it would have happened with him in the car, you know how are you supposed to get them both out at the same time" Klink said.
Tabitha said she had the vehicle in for maintenance the day before the fire because she was supposed to leave Monday for a new job in Florida.
She already had the vehicle partially packed for the trip, all of which was destroyed.
The insurance company is investigating the cause of the fire.
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