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Pic: WestBayPhotography/BNPS<br />
Date: 03/11/2023<br />
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Pictured: The rockfall early this morning.<br />
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Powerful footage shows the destructive impact of Storm Ciaran is still being felt as a popular jurassic coast cliff has seen yet another significant rockfall.<br />
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Yesterday, high force winds and torrential rain produced 31ft waves that battered and slammed against West Bay Cliff in Dorset causing large and lasting effects on the 180-million-year-old site.<br />
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The 150ft cliff is made of Sandstone and lays vulnerable to substantial natural events such as devastating storms as it sits right on the edge of the sea.