...When the shooting by the television tower had already calmed down, a doctor and I tried to get inside the tower. They didn't let us in. After some time, we tried again - and three of us were let in without any checks. They warned us that we would only be let up to the 3rd floor. On the 3rd floor I immediately saw quite a sight - palms, carpets, and paratroopers laying on the floor everywhere. Resting! We asked where our wounded were. „There aren't any," they said, „none of your people are here - neither wounded nor healthy." It turned out that 5 of them had been injured. „Perhaps," they said „you could give our people some help?" How could we refuse? Yes, we'll help! We bandaged up the paratroopers - they had been cut by glass, and one had been burnt really badly. We told them that they needed stitches, but they said: „We won't give you any of our people!" We turned to leave. Somebody warned us: „When you go, watch out that you don't get a bullet in the back". At first, when we came in, we weren't afraid, but when we left our legs were trembling. The important thing was that those soldiers weren't typical soldiers - they were all over thirty. We went downstairs and the driver said: „Just go to the wall where our people are as quickly as possible!" We could hardly drag ourselves there.

Lithuania, 1991.01.13 : documents, testimonies, comments. - Vilnius : State Publishing Center, 1992, p. 154.