READER PHOTOS: White Rock pier destroyed by heavy winds, crashing boats

Aerial image of the White Rock pier after it was damaged by crashing boats. (Douglas Shi photo)
Aerial image of the White Rock pier after it was damaged by crashing boats. (Douglas Shi photo)
Aerial image of the White Rock pier after it was damaged by crashing boats. (Douglas Shi photo)
White Rock pier after it was damaged by crashing boats. (Christy Fox photo)
White Rock pier after it was damaged by crashing boats. (Christy Fox photo)
Clean up crews after White Rock’s iconic pier was damaged. (Christy Fox photo)
(Ed Davis photo)
Clean up at White Rock beach. (John Starrett photo)
Clean up at White Rock beach. (John Starrett photo)
Emergency responders as White Rock’s pier takes significant damage Thursday. (Tavis Knox photo)
(Tavis Knox photo)
(Tavis Knox photo)
(Tavis Knox photo)
(Tessie Hoffman photo)
(Tessie Hoffman photo)
(Wendy Merrell photo)
(Wendy Merrel photo)

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