A strong midweek storm caused "critical harm" across St Nick Cruz District, including the shore where various docks got hammered, province authorities said Thursday.

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In the famous waterfront town of Capitola, a part of the wharf fell into the sea as horrendous waves beat the shoreline. Close by Seacliff Dock likewise endured "weighty harm," the district said.

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Long-lasting Capitola occupants said the wharf is significant, as a notorious image as well as a fascination carrying guests to the town's organizations.

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"The mix of the swell and afterward the downpour overflow, that sort of placed us in the circumstance that we're in this moment," Capitola police Boss Andrew Dither said. 

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"The swell should drop essentially by tomorrow, so that will help our ebb and flow circumstance, however, we're actually observing the elevated tide and the downpour spillover."

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The town will stay shut until teams can evaluate the harm and confirm that it's protected to return, police said.

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"This is significant," Capitola City chairman Margaux Keiser said. "We need to avoid potential risk that we would be able."

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