According to Medhavi Fire Department officials, the incident took place in the early hours of Saturday.
Former national football player, Alonso Solis, expressed his sadness at the damage caused by a fire this Saturday at the Villa Gastronomica Food Center, located in the Los Yoses sector of San Pedro de Montes de Oca.
The same place was Coffee & Chill, a cafeteria owned by a former Deportivo Saprissa player.
Solis explained via his social networks that the blow was hard, mainly because the business was like a dream.
“We’re very sad, obviously, about that. But hey, we have to get up. We have to carry on. It’s been hard because this was one of our dreams and it’s tiring to see everything fall to pieces, It’s tough, etc., but we have to keep going,” lamented Solis.
Of course, the famous ex-footballer assured that there are many people who have come to ask how they can help.
For anyone who wants to cooperate, Solis said he will keep his business at home for parties and other activities.
Furthermore, he said that those who wish can also buy their products through the social network of Coffee and Chill or by calling 7008-0143.
“Of all the ingredients in Coffee & Chill, there are some that we had at home and others that we are growing out of normal. So, after what happened to us, for those people who want to buy things from us and want to cooperate. It is a very difficult, difficult and complicated moment but we must carry on. We have to move forward and I know that God has good things in store for us and everything will work out for the best. But hey, right now is a time where we need the cooperation of those who can and want to sign up, we thank you. There are many losses, but hey, we are going to rise ”, added the former football player.
One of the people most affected is Alan Mora, singer of the group La Kurta, who owns Villa Gastronomica.
The singer was grateful that there was no life to regret.
“I want to thank everyone who cared to call me and find out what happened at the villa. We’re all fine, no one died. It was a big fire. I don’t care what happened, if it Was it human error or whatever it was, that’s what firefighters are looking at. The important thing is that we can move forward. God has been very good to me. On this occasion, He has mercy because no one was there at the time, and It’s important,” Mora said.
The fire department received a call about the incident around 6:30 a.m. Saturday, according to Guadalupe’s station chief Manuel Perez, which took about half an hour to get the blaze under control.
“Hose are introduced to stop the progress of the fire and be able to extinguish it. With the help of the units of the Guadalupe Station and the South Metropolitan. After 30 minutes the incident is considered under control. Fortunately, there are no injured persons And no affected or missing persons have been reported. The incident is controlled and distributed to interested parties and owners. Unfortunately, we have suffered a loss of approximately 60% of the structure”, Pérez declared.
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