NAPA, Calif. -- A record 6.0 earthquake shook Napa, California early Sunday morning, injuring nearly 87 people and damaging numerous structures.
The quake struck at around 3:30 a.m. Sunday and its epicenter was about six miles from Napa, California. This is the largest earthquake to hit the San Francisco area in 25 years.
Some buildings in Napa's historic district had crumbled corners - sending piles of bricks onto nearby parked cars.
"We are working on security in the downtown area, some of the shopping centers. We will have for several days, a high police presence," said Napa Police Captain Steve Potter.
The quake left cracks in roads, broke water mains and officials say they had reports of more than a hundred gas line leaks which sparked at least six fires.