11:17 PM MST
The Yuma Fire Department responded to the home Friday for the third time in a week for a fire.
The family was inside the home for all three fires and believe they're being targeted.
The mother of the house explained the first fire got their attention, the second destroyed part of their house. The third almost killed their child.
First on Tuesday night for a fire intentionally set in the back yard.
Then just five hours later another intentional fire in the garage.
And just after five thirty Friday morning a third fire was set right outside this bedroom window.
"I heard the sound of glass cracking and I heard popping noises and I woke up and I looked up and I could just see the orange fire all over the window and it was just illuminating my room, all i could see, was bright," one of the victims said.
The teen, clearly shaken, asked to remain off camera for her safety. She also added, "I was half asleep, I started screaming for my mom and jumped out of bed real quick and grabbed my phone and made it to my doorway and my mom was right there and my mom goes 'what' and I said 'it's on fire, my room's on fire.'"
Now she said she's scared to be at home. "I don't want to be at home because I feel like it's not safe anymore. A home is where you go to be with your family and be safe, and my home is not safe and that's just not ok."
She's pleaded for the community's help. "If someone knows anything about who's doing this, they don't have to give out their name, they don't have to tell who they are just tell who is doing this and why so it can stop."
An account is being set up at the Navy Federal Credit Union under Lacey Family Trust.
Anyone with information about the case it asked to call police at 78-Crime.