I had lived with my grandmother in a village of Krasnohorivka for a long time. Then I moved to Kramatorsk.
In the summer of 2014, we went to the sea in Urzuf. There and then parents told me that the war had broke out.
We came back to the city when things settled down a bit. My dad wanted to go to different rallies and voluntarily go to war, but I did not allow him to do this.
I slept badly and cried constantly. Airplanes, harsh sounds and military men would make feel terrified. They located a military post near my house, so I am having a hard time.
Although they stopped shooting in our city now, I’m still afraid that the war will begin soon here.
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