E. Bučelytė was still on the television screen when the first ambulance, with its siren on, came speeding through the hospital yard to the door of the reception room. In a few minutes the wards were filled with victims. My colleagues who live close by (A. Gagilas, V. Keda, Ž. Račkauskas, S. Čepkus), as well as other doctors and med-students gathered quickly.
The wounded people were moaning quietly, and the usual noise couldn't be heard. The victims were being brought in and laid down right on the floor. Corpses were brought to the orderly's room and laid down. The unfortunate five had gunshot wounds.
... Once we put thing in order, we went to the RTV building where we saw pools of blood on the sidewalk and buses with broken windows. The soldiers weren't letting anyone near the building.
We were at the TV at six o'clock in the morning. The people who were standing a little to the side affirmed that there were wounded people in the tower. Dr. Ž. Zakarevičius and I demanded to be let inside. Senior lieutenant Paniu (he introduced himself) said that our help wasn't needed.
The soldiers made „order" - they broke away the remainder of the windows with sticks and scooped up the fragments with shovels.
Lithuania, 1991.01.13 : documents, testimonies, comments. - Vilnius : State Publishing Center, 1992, p. 193-194.