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Tropical Cyclone Seroja wreaks havoc along WA’s mid north coast, rips apart historic One Mile Jetty

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Tropical Cyclone Seroja has now weakened after leaving a trail of destruction and hundreds of residents without power as it hit Western Australia’s coast overnight.

Seroja made landfall south of Kalbarri at 8pm on Sunday as a category three storm, bringing wind gusts of up to 170 kilometres per hour.

The fast-moving storm tore roofs off houses and ripped apart Carnarvon’s historic One Mile Jetty.

It also caused significant property damage, including to the roof of Monkey Mia Resort.

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