TALLINN - Heavy storms across Estonia have left over 10,000 organizations and businesses without electricity.
"This makes more than 2% of all clients of the country's power grid," the company Eesti Energia told Interfax.
Consumers in the Harju district close to Tallinn were affected more than those in any other area, but emergency signals were coming virtually from all over the country. Eesti Energia employees together with its partner companies have started to repair the damages.
The wind is expected to subside on Saturday afternoon, the Estonian Hydrometeorology Institute said.