Giant waves in Hawaii crash the party during wedding reception | USA TODAY
A southern swell created “historic” surf conditions in Hawaii, according to The National Weather Service, sending waves crashing into a wedding party.
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The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources on Sunday confirmed that a 25-foot wave face was reported by the department’s Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement.
“The highest south shore surf in more than 25-years delivered as predicted,” the department said on Facebook.
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