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Bombo Fika emphasized Waso Filomeno’s help during the fire: “I am immensely grateful to him.”



The comedian said his co-workers greeted him and his family as they fled the blaze, fearing their house would be destroyed by fire.

Comedian Danielle Fika, known as “Bombo Fika,” opened up about a complicated moment he went through. He and his family had to flee Pulen and were picked up by ‘Waso Filomeno’ Due to fires affecting the area.

The comedian talked to the morning morning with you about the situation in your commune, Please note that the situation “progresses very rapidly”.

“We had a show on Friday, so we traveled from Pulen to Pichidegua. everything was normal in what was happening with some lights controlled by firefighters,” he said.

But he said, “At 7 p.m. The town was burning in its streets.” .

“The fire broke out and devastated it from Poronco, the southwest sector, reached the town, The whole town was burned to the ground, and everything along the way was burned to the ground.” he said.

Fica also said what happened was “terrifying and where the pain came at 10 o’clock at night. People started fleeing the town.” .

“In an instant, everything was cleared from the flames. My family fled to Victoria. We were hosted by huasito Filomeno, Royer (Jara), for whom I am infinitely grateful. Because at that moment you don’t know what to do and you don’t know where to start,” he confessed.

“People know nothing, but we live in gunpowder barrels. It turned on and won’t turn off anymore” he added.

Call of Bombofica

In this interview, Fica also commented: Being in an area that provides assistance to victims and their families As such, he called on those affected to donate food and personal hygiene items, while at the same time raising criticism.

“There are no more clothes, we are covered with them. All you need is food, people have to eat, take care of hygiene That’s why I’d like to ask for your cooperation so that I can have a good night’s sleep, such as toothbrushes, hygiene items, and mattresses.”

But to this he added a condemnation of those who carry used or damaged belongings: “Because generosity must also be associated with dignity and respect, people leave what is left behind.” I don’t come here for This is not a Cachuleo collection. ”

Source: Biobiochile

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