Earthquake in Northern California

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than 150 people were injured and hundreds of homes destroyed when a magnitude 6.0 earthquake hit near Napa Valley, in northern California Sunday.

It was the strongest earthquake to strike the region since the 6.9 Loma Prieta quake in 1989. “There was some explosions, and it was burning and everybody was out on the street,” Nola Rawlins, who lost her home in the fire, said. The tremors were so strong they burst gas lines in a mobile home community.