... Searchlights were cutting across the tower, and the firing was intense. The windows of neighboring houses were shattering, tanks were roaring, there were clouds of smoke, and ambulances were coming and going. „Are there any wounded?" - I asked, running up to a group of men. „A girl's been crushed by a tank," one said. „There're two corpses over there," showed another with his hands.

I rushed over to the two corpses lying on the ground: their clothes were thrown open, and their chests, arms, faces, and necks which had been shot were covered with blood. It was impossible to identify their faces. Both were about the same height, one had short, black hair, and the other, who was younger, had light curly hair. The one with the dark hair had a white shirt that was totally stained with blood. People were whispering: „Let's take the corpses away quickly so the paratroopers didn't steal them, dress them in soldiers' uniforms and use them for provocation."

Lithuania, 1991.01.13 : documents, testimonies, comments. - Vilnius : State Publishing Center, 1992, p. 251-252.