A powerful earthquake hit Peru Sunday afternoon.
First-hand reports of the damage from the Napa County earthquake continue to pour in Sunday afternoon, with an olive oil seller reporting near total inventory loss.
PG&E reports there were still about 17,000 customers in the North Bay without power late Sunday afternoon.
Officials report that multiple Napa County services will be unavailable on Monday, according to county officials.
Napa city officials said there is “relative calm” in the community following a magnitude 6 earthquake that struck near American Canyon early Sunday morning.
Bricks and building materials were strewn across several streets in downtown Napa Sunday following a powerful earthquake centered just south of town.
Though all Napa Valley Unified schools will be closed Monday, authorities report that Sonoma State University will remain open.
Governor Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency Sunday morning due to the damage resulting from the 6.1-magnitude earthquake centered in southern Napa County.
The most powerful earthquake to strike the Bay Area in nearly 25 years will likely take a toll on wine industry after rocking the Napa area.
Operations at the Port of Oakland have been disrupted by Sunday morning’s earthquake based in southern Napa County, according to port officials.