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Roker Pier remains shut foreseeable future

Roker Pier Beast from EastDean Matthews

10:47am 6th March 2018
(Updated 10:57am 6th March 2018)

Sunderland City Council have updated the situation at the Roker Pier.

It's after it was severely damaged during the storms of last week with the Beast from the East and high tides causing devastation.

Roker Pier SCC Twitter

The area was the subject of several flood alert by the Environment Agency across last week.

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