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    Posted August 24, 2014 by
    Downtown Napa, California
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    Napa earthquake


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Freelance photographer FranciscoLozano said the magnitude of the damage he witnessed in Napa, California on Sunday was not as big as ones he had seen in Los Angeles. 'Local police were very cooperative with the media, business owners are resilient to get back to bussines, tourists are still coming in. I'm staying at The Meritage resort where there were no structural damages and they were functioning normal as of yesterday. Employees worked extra long hours since very early in the morning to keep it running smoothly.'
    - hhanks, CNN iReport producer

    The wine country was awaken by a 6.0 magnitude earthquake early this morning.
    Congressman Mike Thompson was in the area and surveyed the damage by walking throughout downtown Napa this morning.
    Several buildings including the court building suffered structural damage.
    There are reports of two mobile homes being destroyed by earthquake related fire.
    Firemen arrived at the fire scene but water pipe lines were broken and could not access water to abate the fire.
    No casualties are reported yet and city and government officials are still assessing the damages.
    Governor Brown declared the area a state of emergency.
    Many businesses suffered shuttered glass and many of their owners were already doing clean up work.
    The rest of the area is out and about doing business as usual.
    At Ceja's wine tasting room; a statue of the god of wine lied helplessly on the floor.

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