NAPA (CBS SF) — Napa residents are remembering the 6.0 magnitude quake that rocked their community exactly one year ago.

Damage from the quake stretched all the way to Vallejo, buckling roads, and shattering windows. Historic buildings crumbled to the ground.

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The quake caused more than $300 million in damage. The rebuild effort has been slow but steady.

A year has passed, but people remember it like it was yesterday.

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“Oh my God, it was like the exorcist,” said Pamela Charnes. “The bed was going like this. My dressers literally flipped upside down, completely over.”

Robin Nelson still remembers the terrifying sound of the temblor.

“It went like this… boom. Boom. Boom. Boom. Boom. That was it,” she said. “So you’re just screaming in bed, sitting up, both dogs parked underneath… It was awful.”

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Hundreds of people were injured in the quake including a teenage boy who was critically hurt when a fireplace fell on him, and a woman who died from injuries she sustained when her TV fell on her.