Everything That's Happening in Napa Now

Scott Lucas | August 25, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Sunday morning's 6.0 earthquake centered in Napa was one of the largest to hit the Bay Area since the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake almost 25 years ago. As of this morning, the North Bay was still trying to asses the extent of the damage and to begin its recovery. Here's everything that's going on right now, in order of most serious to most not so serious.

Over 172 people were treated for various injuries, including one woman who died of a heart attack. Most of the injuries were not severe.

A 13-year-old boy hit by a collapsing chimney was airlifted to the UC Davis Medical Center, where he remains in serious condition.

A fire destroyed up to six units at a Napa trailer park, but was put out by noon yesterday.

Governor Jerry Brown declared of state of emergency for the region.

Jawbone released this cool chart of where people woke up during the shaking.

This skateboarder did an awesome jump over a broken part of asphalt.

So many wine bottles got broken. All the wine bottles, basically.

National Geographic explained the science of earthquakes.

Somebody in Berkeley decided the earthquake was the perfect segue into a complaint about gentrification.

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