Early Sunday morning an earthquake hit California’s northern San Francisco bay area.
The earthquake, which hit roughly 10 miles northwest of American Canyon which is near Napa, had an estimated magnitude of 6.0, making it the largest earthquake since one in 1989 that registered at 6.9.
See the photos of the damage from the earthquake below:
Gurbeer Singh cleans up merchandise that fell during the earthquake (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
— Jim Sciutto (@jimsciutto) August 24, 2014
Fire in Napa at a mobile home park. Water main break and firefighters without water. At least two homes destroyed. pic.twitter.com/HEJ51eLpyt
— Will Kane (@WillKane) August 24, 2014
— David Duncan (@DavidSilverOak) August 24, 2014
— Jonathan Betz (@jebetz) August 24, 2014
— Scott Shafer (@scottshafer) August 24, 2014
(AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
(AP Photo/Ellen Knickmeyer)
This post was updated.