Photos: Napa Earthquake Damage
Napa, CA - We recently had the opportunity to tour Napa following the magnitude 6.0 earthquake.
The downtown area of Napa which contains many older buildings was hit especially hard. Many portions of downtown Napa are either taped off or fenced off due to the present danger.
However, many businesses that suffered little to no damage remain in operation. The Riverfront fared much better than old town.
Here are just a few of the photos we captured as we spoke with residents and visitors who all expressed shock over the damage.
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