Two men stayed on the street and jumped onto the tank. The tank rolled over a sand truck. There was a pile metal scrap left from the truck's cabin. A man in a light-brown jacket was crushed between the cabin of the truck and the tank's tracks. Women began screaming. I don't know, perhaps the second man managed to escape. Or perhaps he got stuck under the overturned truck. Then two more tanks sped over that truck and smashed a „Žiguliai" car that was parked not far from the truck. From under the crushed cabin you could see the edge of the light brown jacket. Suddenly a tank started rolling up the slope, directly at our group. It was coming from the opposite direction. Going up the slope a bit, it began to spin around to disperse the people. Soon trucks with paratroopers arrived there. You could hear gun shots and lights were flashing.
Lithuania, 1991.01.13 : documents, testimonies, comments. - Vilnius : State Publishing Center, 1992, p. 251.