PHOTOS: B.C. pier crumbles under massive waves, winds

One person who was stranded on the structure had to be rescued by helicopter

Dozens of people watched from the shoreline in White Rock on Thursday as a massive storm broke the city’s iconic pier into two.

One person was stranded on the far side of the pier and had to be rescued by helicopter.

READ MORE: White Rock pier destroyed by storm

Here are some of the photos taken by Black Press Media reporters and readers:

 

Search and Rescue working to grab the person trapped on the end of the pier. (Sheila LaRose/Twitter)

(Black Press Media)

(Black Press Media)

(John Worobec/Twitter)

Ahead of the waves wreaking havoc on the pier, several boats were docked. (Black Press Media)

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