Narrated by Usman Ozdamirov, 12 years of age:
"...When I got off the car, I saw my grandmother. She tried to leave the vehicle too, but the next artillery shell explosion pushed her off, slamming her against the vehicle. A Zhiguli car stopped behind us, and it got hit by a shell. There were several people; I had noticed two sitting in the front. The driver tried to get out of the car [after it got hit], but he couldn’t. There were people on the back seat too; they all perished.
In the car in front of us there was a boy about eight. His legs were torn apart by the explosion, naked bones were exposed. His father was torn in half; the top portion of his body was thrown out of the car. A four months baby, all in blood, was thrown out from the same car [as a result of the explosion]. He was later found alive, and [fairly] unharmed. This was the Saidovs family."