City of White Rock crews were at the beach Monday collecting garbage after last week’s storm. (Aaron Hinks photo)

City of White Rock crews continue storm-cleanup effort

Debris from Thursday’s storm litters beach from east to west

City of White Rock crews were at the waterfront Monday to collect garbage after last week’s devastating storm.

A section of the city’s iconic pier was destroyed as heavy winds and waves knocked moored boats loose, which eventually battered and destroyed the mid-section of the pier.

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It’s estimated that just eight of approximately 30 boats that were moored at the dock survived.

Sections of West and East Beach remain littered with debris.

Monday, city crews were using a utility vehicle to collect garbage strewn about.

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City of White Rock crews were at the beach Monday collecting garbage after last week’s storm. (Aaron Hinks photo)

City of White Rock crews were at the beach Monday collecting garbage after last week’s storm. (Aaron Hinks photo)

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