Rosas says he is current on the quarterly cleaning of the hood system and has provided closed-circuit footage to his insurance company.
"There's no way to lie with CC TV," he says.
In an ironic twist, Rosas says
The Filipino diner was already scheduled to close at the end of August because it had lost its lease. Rosas was actively seeking another affordable location for the diner, but now, things are up in the air.
"I can't cry over it," Rosas says about the fire.
"I am joyful because I enjoyed many years. You have to savor the good from the bad. Bad things happen, but most of my life is good, 90 percent. Why would you cry on 10 percent? That's nothing over time," he says.
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