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Winds estimated to 85 mph severely twisted the walkway to Shady Creek Marina, and damaged several boats and the marina's building and roofs.
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Michael Pearce / The Wichita Eagle
Spilled fuel floats on the surface of El Dorado Reservoir Tuesday morning. The spill had been confined to the marina's cove.
Matt used to absorb spilled fuel floats on the surface of El Dorado Reservoir Tuesday morning. The spill had been confined to the marina's cove.
Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism officer Larry Hastings talks with boat owner Sally Owens and her grandson, Gunner.
People manipulate the twisted walkway leading to Shady Creek Marina, which was damaged by high winds Monday night.
A 40-plus foot houseboat was swamped by waves Monday night at El Dorado Reservoir. Here, it's riding much higher after more than five hours of pumping.
"Bertha" a barge owned by Shady Creek Marina was busy Tuesday morning, cleaning up storm damage.
Tyler Burt, of El Dorado State Park, checks an absorbent boom placed to contain a fuel spill.
An absorbent boom in place to keep spilled fuel from reaching the main body of El Dorado Reservoir.
Metal from a fallen roof litters the boat, "Fair Winds."
Fuel pumps that the marian's main office building were turned 90 degrees during Monday's storm.
High winds turned the dock that holds the building at Shady Creek 90 degrees. The sign that normally faces south, was facing west.
Tyler Burt, of El Dorado State Park, surveys damage to Shady Creek Marina.
Metal from a roof at Shady Creek Marina on two boats.
Boat owner Lonnie Owens, orange shirt, and others push to free his boat from the dock at Shady Creek Marina.
"Fair Winds," a houseboat at El Dorado Reservoir was covered in roofing metal after Monday night's storms.
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