A 12-year-old girl took a challenge and a dare that could have cost her life.\r\nIt\u2019s called the\u00a0fire challenge. Young people pour flammable liquids on their bodies and set themselves on fire.\r\nBrandi Owens says her 12-year-old daughter Timiyah Landers did the challenge with her friends last Friday.\r\nShe ended up engulfed in flames. Brandi and her fiance extinguished the blaze from her baby girl and rushed her to the hospital.\r\nTimiyah is now at Children\u2019s Hospital with second and third-degree burns over 49 percent of her body. Her mom says kids find these dangerously \u201coutrageous\u201d challenges on social media and Youtube.\r\nShe is angry and has a message for those behind the sites that post these videos.\r\n\u201cThey need to delete this mess,\u201d Owens said fighting back tears. \u201cIt should be censored. That\u2019s nothing that a kid should come across. I could have lost my baby, by the grace of God she\u2019s alive. If I wasn\u2019t home, I would have walked in to my baby dead.\u201d\r\nOwens says Timiyah knew better. So, she is urging parents to monitor their kids, their friends and their internet and social media platforms.\r\nTimiyah will likely be in the hospital for several months and will undergo several more surgeries.