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My interview was about my past life before I came to Hudson and lived in Florida. It brought back many memories of my family and friends that I had to leave behind which was heartbreaking. I miss everyone and still do. It feels so good to just get lost in memories when I talk about my past with my GF or friends. I am currently 17 years old.
Jason O’Brien is 13 years old and lives in Hudson, NY.
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