"That's when I got out of my house, got into a wheelchair and rolled myself over there," Ozuna continues.
More neighbors saw the blaze last night but are reluctant to give their reactions to our cameras.
Some witnesses, however, may have clues.
Ozuna says, "Somebody said in the neighborhood that they saw two kids running from it."
Which has caused residents to question whether it was accidental or intentional.
"It seems to me that it's more than just an accident," says Steve Hawkins, a concerned resident.
"This one kind of really frightens me," says Ozuna.
Ozuna says that there have been too many recent fires in that neighborhood for them to be accidental.
"That was kind of strange to me too, that we just had one not too long ago and then we had a grass fire back here behind my house. It's just strange, that's like three fires lately," says Ozuna.
Leaving neighbors concerned about the person or people behind these cruel acts.
"I don't know what their intentions or motives are whether they're getting pleasure out of doing it or whether they're getting paid to do it," says Hawkins.
Either way, neighbors want the suspected arsonist to put an end to their malicious behavior.
"Hopefully before they ever start to do it again, I hope they give it some thought that they could cause somebody their live or all their belongings," Hawkins says.