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Earthquake Hits American Canyon, Napa County

Lots of structural damage.. buildings unsafe to enter in downtown Napa.

Lots of structural damage.. buildings unsafe to enter in downtown Napa.

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Courtesy: Kate Schmidt

Courtesy: Kate Schmidt

A 6.0 earthquake hit Napa County early Sunday morning and could be felt around the Sacramento area.

Almost 90 people were injured in the quake and aftershocks, including a young boy who was hurt when a fireplace collapsed.

It happened around 3:30 a.m. and according to the USGS was centered about eight miles north of Vallejo. There have been over 60 aftershocks, according to the USGS, ranging from 0.6 to 3.6 magnitude.

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Sunday morning’s quake was at a depth of about 6 miles. It’s the largest earthquake in Northern California since the Loma Prieta quake, which happened 25 years ago this fall.

PG&E’s website is reporting a lot of people without power in the area of the quake. They have reports of thousands of people without electricity in the cities of Napa, Sonoma and Santa Rosa.

This map shows who may have felt the shaking from Sunday morning's quake in American Canyon. The yellow indicates strong shaking, while the blue shade represents light shaking.

This map shows who may have felt the shaking from Sunday morning’s quake in American Canyon. The yellow indicates strong shaking, while the blue shade represents light shaking.

Other reports on Twitter indicate damage to homes and stores from items falling off shelves.

Many people in the Sacramento area reported feeling the quake. The Sacramento Police Department says they received many calls from people who felt tremors, but there are no reports of damage in the Capital City.

The USGS says light to moderate shaking from Sunday morning’s quake could be felt all the way up to Roseville.

The quake was initially reported as a 6.0 magnitude, then changed to 6.1, then back to 6.0 as USGS scientists look at their data.

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Sam Cohen August 24, 20144:41 AM

Sam Cohen August 24, 20144:45 AM

The USGS estimates the economic losses from this quake are around $100 million, because the damage is so widespread: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/nc72282711#pager

Sam Cohen August 24, 20145:31 AM

There has been at least one aftershock of magnitude 2.5 in Napa County, following the initial earthquake

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There was also a 3.6 magnitude aftershock in Napa County just before 6 a.m.

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WATCH VIDEO: Home security camera catches video of earthquake http://fox40.com/2014/08/24/6-1-quake-leaves-wine-county-shaking-largest-quake-since-loma-prieta/

Sam Cohen August 24, 20146:55 AM

Drivers are being warned to be safe today in the Bay Area because of aftershocks: http://go.fox40.com/1npUtvH

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Sonoma Raceway event today will not be impacted by the quake: http://go.fox40.com/VMJdC6

Sam Cohen August 24, 20147:44 AM

We’re on live right now with updates on the quake – watch on FOX40 or http://www.FOX40.com/Live

Sam Cohen August 24, 20148:14 AM

Sam Cohen August 24, 20148:15 AM

Watch the video: A fire destroys 4 homes in one neighborhood after Napa Quake http://go.fox40.com/1wor1Qn

Sam Cohen August 24, 20148:23 AM

Due to the earthquake in Napa yesterday, the special train to Levi’s Stadium for today has been cancelled. Union Pacific must inspect all tracks before allowing trains to operate. We apologize for this unforeseen issue. All ticket holders will be contacted for reimbursement for todays train ride tickets.

Sam Cohen August 24, 20148:27 AM

Six Flags being inspected following quake: 

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