A community is shaken up this morning - after a woman and her three grandchildren were killed in a fire ... It happened on Palmetto Road in Oceanway. The children are young - ages 4, 2 and 10 months. Their 6-year-old sister is the only survivor. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell joins us LIVE from the home - Elizabeth, how is that girl doing? 3 3 Fortunately it looks like she is going to be ok. Six-year-old Hattie Fowler was pulled from the fire by a 13- year-old boy who was riding his bike at the time and she is now recovering in stable condition at Baptist Health. This whole community has been affected by this tragedy, including the fire fighters who responded. 3 00-0520-2555-1:001:14-1:19SOT - 9:03:16 áá06-17-14 OCEANWAYFIRáá the concern we have now is investigation. And more of the professional concern of mine is well being of firefighters who responded. It was very heart felt event, so now we're going to make sure our firefighters psychologically are ready to deal with stress involved. TRACK - Chief Marty Senterfitt with Jacksonville Fire and Rescue says last night's deadly fire is a tragedy in so many ways. Not only did a woman and three of her grandchildren die, but his firefighters are now dealing with emotional trauma. The fire happened around 6 o'clock last night at this Oceanway home off Palmetto Street. A grandmother and three of her grandchildren didn't make it out -- 4-year-old Richard, 2-year-old Rachel and 10-month-old Janet.Amazingly six-year-old Hattie survived thanks 13-year-old Robert Pritchard. He was riding his bike and happened to see Hattie through a window of the burning home.SOT - 16:02:54 áá06-17-14 OCEANWAYFIRáá all I seen was flame through window, so I went in grabbed little girl then I wen tot tell my dad and my dad tried to help. TRACK - Jason Beraway lives in the neighborhood and says he did everything he could to try and save anyone inside. He says the whole community is praying for those affected -- and that he will never be able to forget this tragedy.SOT - 16:06:02 áá06-17-14 OCEANWAYFIRáá I could see a good 20 foot flame coming out. He got girl out and I asked if there was anyone else inside. He said I believe, that's when I started hearing screaming. 3 The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and the Fire Marshal's Office are investigating the fire, but investigators said at this time they do not suspect foul play.The children's parents are currently incarcerated - and were told of the tragedy last night.