Napa Quake: 200+ Treated for Earthquake Injuries, Utilities Repaired

Fallen bricks crushed a car in Napa, California following an earthquake Sunday, August 24, 2014.
Courtesy: Malissa Koven/CNN iReport

Fallen bricks crushed a car in Napa, California following an earthquake Sunday, August 24, 2014. Courtesy: Malissa Koven/CNN iReport

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More than 200 people needed medical attention from a hospital in Napa following Sunday morning’s 6.0 earthquake. The City of Napa says the Queen of the Valley Hospital treated 208 patients, but only 17 were admitted for ongoing treatment.

There have been no deaths related to the earthquake reported at this time.

A total of 49 buildings in the City of Napa were red-tagged as completely uninhabitable because of serious damage from the quake. This list includes the Napa Senior Center, which will be closed until further notice.

Officials are also designating homes and businesses with yellow tags, meaning they are not inhabitable, but the owner can come and go to clean-up, repair or collect belongings.

PG&E crews work to restore power to tens of thousands of people in Napa and Sonoma Counties.

PG&E crews work to restore power to tens of thousands of people in Napa and Sonoma Counties.

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PG&E and municipal water crews are getting to remaining gas, electrical and water outages.

PG&E reports fewer than than 100 customers are still without power, and they are not aware of any remaining gas leaks.

In Napa, the number of water line breaks rose to 90, leaving many without drinkable water.

The city recommends using bottled water for drinking and cooking.

The Napa Valley Unified School District cancelled classes Monday.

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