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The Hold-up It was Tuesday 17th February 2004 it was just like another normal night in work, there was me, Danielle, Tanya and the cook

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The Hold-up It was Tuesday 17th February 2004 it was just like another normal night in work, there was me, Danielle, Tanya and the cook blessing working that night. This was my part-time job in KFC at Yorkgate I had worked there for around two years at this stage. The night passed buy jus like any other night in work it was quite busy during tea time and then gradually began to die down towards the end of the night. When we closed at 11pm that night Danielle took down the tills and put the money in the safe the security guard then ask if he could go on as the money was locked away. We said that it would be ok and let him go, once we had finished all the cleaning, the only thing there was left to do was take the rubbish out. ...read more.

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I looked up behind me and seen on of the men peering over me, I could only see his eyes through the holes in the balaclava he was staring at me and then he pointed the gun directly towards my face. This was very scary and don't think that I will ever be able to get the image of his eyes staring at me out of my mind The robbers made Danielle get up of the ground and open the tills; Danielle was panicking and couldn't get the till to open. This then made me and Tanya panic too we began to say "Danielle just open the till and give them the money" and "please just give them the money" the robbers then pointed the gun at me and Tanya and told us to keep quiet. ...read more.

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The man standing over me called number three seemed to be getting very agitated he kept shouting to number one to "hurry up". When the man in the office got all the money out of the safe they told us to remain laying on the ground and don't get up till they had left and not to try and follow them. Then they ran out the back door, as soon as they had left I got up and dialled 999 for the police.. It took the police about twenty minutes or more to arrive at KFC, my mum was there before them and she had drove up from Carrickfergus. This was a very traumatic experience that I will always remember. I suffered a lot from what happened to me and I feel that I will never fully recover from this experience or forget it throughout the rest of my life. ?? ?? ?? ?? GCSE English Ryan McNeill 1 ...read more.

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