Because of the strongest hurricane that swept through the country, 200 thousand houses of Original Finland and the Uusimaa province were left without heat and light.
As the correspondent of STOP in Finland Svetlana Aksenova reports, fallen trees and electricity transmission poles lie on the highways. Thousands of cars leave settlements located around Helsinki and rush to the capital of Finland.
An unprecedented natural disaster, which fell on the second day of the holiday, instantly extinguished the Christmas stars on the windows and de-energized the E 18 highway leading to Helsinki.
Experts predict that after the hurricane stops, the elimination of the consequences will take more than one day.