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'A Sick Feeling': Fear, Emotion Grip Quake-Rattled Napa

Nola Rawlins 83, surveys her home, that was destroyed by a fire at the Napa Valley mobile home park after a 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit the San Francisco Bay Area, in Napa, California, USA, 24 August 2014. More than 70 people were sent to hospital with injuries and power outages darkened multiple cities in northern California after a 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck early on 24 August. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) said the earthquake struck at 3:20 am (1020 GMT) at a depth of 10.8 kilometres. It was located nine kilometres south-west of the Napa wine region, and 81 kilometres north of San Francisco. PETER DaSILVA / EPA

Napa residents jolted out of bed Sunday by the worst earthquake to hit the Bay Area in decades described the terror and disorientation they felt.

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