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  1. My name is Lenny Jackson. I was born in the United Kingdom on the 12th of February 1998. In 2015 I left with my family to live in the United states. I was 17 years old. We left because where we lived was a very quiet town there was nothing to do, so me and my family wanted to start a new life and meet new people that we could actually talk to and hang out with. When we first moved to the United States I felt really excited about it but I was still a bit worried because I kept on hearing really bad news regarding crimes in the area. During my time in the US I first started college, taking a course in Mechanics because I really enjoyed fixing cars and motorbikes as well as helping other people that needed help with their cars in the area. When I finished college I started to work at a local garage helping out the locals to fix their cars or motorbikes. In 2017 my family decided to take a vacation to a country that I have never heard of, which went by the name of Chernarus. When we arrived we first looked upon trying to find a hotel room that we rented for two weeks. The first week that we were there everything seemed normal. It wasn’t until the second week me and my family went outside to see what was going on and then all of a sudden we saw a horde of people running straight at us with no warning what so ever, I started to run but my parents stayed stood there trying to talk to the people that were running and making a lot of noise then all of a sudden the people charged my parents to the floor. I did not know what was going I only heard my parents screaming out loud. Then after a couple of weeks, I never saw my parents again. To this day I still keep an eye out for them, just in case they’re still out there.