Sciocco laid in the snow, panting and smiling. She had used up every last bit of energy to escape from the avalanche, though something else was now amiss. A crackle was heard, almost as if there were a fire. This was a snowy mountain though, fire couldn't possible survive for long without a cave to be in. The crackle was definitely real, though, and it was getting louder by the second. After a few minutes, when Toriel finally spoke, it came. A fire burst through the stone, almost as if it was mocking her words. Sciocco quickly sat up and looked at it. Despite her playful nothing-can-go-wrong attitude, she was quickly struck with the reality of the situation. If I don't get out of here, I'm going to die. These were her thoughts, and they were strong enough to spring her into action.
Sciocco once again got out her summon and picked up Toriel. This time, instead of running at full speed, she just threw them both into the results of the avalanche. The snow was loosely packed, so they both fell right in, almost accidentally burying themselves in snow. There was still a hole, just big enough so both the goat and the girl could both breathe and see out. Sciocco was at her limit though, and at this point, could barely move. If they were gonna get away from anything else, Toriel would have to take care of it.
While they were escaping, the fire had somehow grown from a fountain in the stone to the whole mountain. As they were laying there, safely under the snow, the mountain flared up in fiery, orangeish-red glory. It would've been a wonderful and inspiring sight to see, if the two people present weren't hiding under snow to avoid it.