"Still to this day I can't believe that he's not here with us," said Christina Morgan Palmer, Rahquan's mother.
Christina Palmer says the grief is unbearable.
Her little boy, Rahquan Palmer, was just 18-months-old. He was playing with his mom and dad in the master bedroom when the entire house suddenly blew apart.
"My son's crying, I've got everything on my back, I can't do nothing, pounds, pounds," said Rashamel Palmer, Rahquan's father.
Rahquan's father struggled to reach his son, while Christina was trapped beneath a dresser, fearing the worst.
"I knew that his little body couldn't take that. Because I know if I can't move, he can't move it, my son was not going to make it," Christina Morgan Palmer said.
"Could you get to him?" Eyewitness News reporter N.J. Burkett asked.
"No," Rashamel Palmer said.
After several minutes, neighbors and firefighters freed the couple. Rahquan was the last to be found.
"All I remember hearing is the firefighter saying, 'I found the baby, I found the baby' and she ran right past me with the baby. All I seen was my son laying in her arms like this and I just knew," Christina Morgan Palmer said.
Investigators say the blast was the result of a propane leak in the home's basement. What caused the leak and the spark is still not clear.
The Palmers were renting the home and told Eyewitness News there was absolutely no odor of gas before the blast.
It's left them with absolutely nothing. No clothes, no food, nowhere to live, and no way to bury their little boy after his funeral on Wednesday.
"Anything will help, anything, donations, just anything to help us in our time of need," Christina Morgan Palmer said.
"Just pray for us, please, just pray for us, please, please," Rashamel Palmer said.
If you would like to help the Palmer family, please visit: http://www.gofundme.com/124iic
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