San Antonio espresso store asks for assist after main automotive accident

San Antonio espresso store asks for assist after main automotive accident

San Antonio espresso store asks for assist after main automotive accident

The homeowners of Folklores Espresso Home are asking for assist after experiencing a significant automotive accident final weekend. 

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The homeowners of the Southside Folklores Espresso Home are asking for assist after experiencing a significant automotive accident final weekend. In keeping with the store’s Instagram put up, Joel “Tatu” Herrera and spouse and co-owner, Emilie Herrera, are in a “powerful spot” after a severe accident on Saturday, August 27.

Emilie wrote within the put up that she was OK within the incident however Tatu was taken to the hospital. She stated Tatu runs the day-to-day operations at Folklores Espresso Home, however will not be seen within the store for a number of weeks as a result of crash, including she’s praying it is not for that lengthy.

“Fortunately, we’ve medical insurance coverage however the price of automotive substitute, medical deductibles, ambulance experience, and now looking for authorized illustration has positioned us in a troublesome spot,” the put up learn. “…Tatu won’t ever ask for something for himself and he provides a lot of himself and the store to assist anybody. Now he wants slightly love and we’d like assist.”

Folklores initially opened at 5009 S. Flores St. in 2018. Pandemic-fueled slowdowns shuttered the South Flores location a yr in the past. The couple then opened a store close to Fort Sam Houston at 1526 E. Grayson St. in July 2020.