Qualicum Beach seawall damaged by high waves, beachfront and walkway closed

A storm damaged seawalls and properties in Qualicum Beach on Jan. 7, 2022. || Town of Qualicum Beach photo
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The Town of Qualicum Beach is warning residents to avoid areas along the waterfront after the seawall was damaged by high waves combined with a king tide.

The walkway and beachfront from the roundabout to Sand Pebbles Inn has been closed, along with the marine spit and waterfront washrooms, according to a media release from the town.

The town said many other areas along the waterfront are hazardous and the whole area should be avoided.

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