In Kärbla, near Linnamäe, workers removed a hundred-year-old oak that had allegedly grown too close to the high-voltage line. According to Kärbla village elder Tõnu Nõupuu, there is a danger that so many more dams will go under the saw.
According to Nõupuu, the people of Kärbla are in demand and do not know what to do. “Tie yourself or an oak so that some trees are not felled again,” said Nõupuu, clearing the trunk of the oak felled on Monday. “One hundred years,” Nõupuu said, counting the year-round stems.
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