Thursday, April 15, 1999 Published at 14:37 GMT 15:37 UK
Eyewitness: Albania's lawless borderland
Injured KLA fighters say they were hurt in clashes inside Albania's borders
Jeremy Bowen reports from the KLA stronghold of Kamenica near the Albanian-Kosovo border:
Both refugees from Kosovo and local residents are fleeing the area around Kamenica, which lies within earshot of Serbian shelling.
Although the Kosovo Liberation Army rarely allows outsiders to see their wounded fighters, on this occasion, they allowed a brief visit.
They said they had been wounded by Serb shells exploding inside Albanian territory as they tried to help refugees to safety.
They said they would do the rest for themselves.
Few refugees from Kosovo are left in the surrounding area.
Humanitarian aid is not the main problem - this area was falling apart before the war, the chaos turned into anarchy.
Local Albanians - poor hill farmers - are driving their animals down to lower, safer ground to escape the fierce battle that has been happening on both sides of the border for the last four days.
BBC correspondent attacked
On the way out, our cars were stopped by two masked men armed with assault rifles.
Around a dozen rounds were fired over the tops of the cars and the gunmen stole BBC equipment and a large sum of money.
Gun law has been on the rise in remote parts of Albania for years, but in the current circumstances, civil order in the mountains is disintegrating even further.