PHOTOS: Bay Area earthquake damage

Quake damage in downtown Napa, Monday, Aug. 25, 2014. (ABC7 News reporter Laura Anthony)
The San Francisco Bay Area's strongest earthquake since Loma Prieta hit nearly 25 years ago struck the heart of California's wine industry early Sunday, igniting gas-fed fires, damaging some of the region's famed wineries and historic buildings, and sending more than 170 people to the hospital.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the magnitude-6.0 earthquake struck at 3:20 a.m. about three miles northwest of American Canyon.

VIDEO: We are in this together
As we look back at the damage from the Napa quake, we're reminded that the Bay Area is resilient, strong, giving -- and no earthquake can rattle that. ABC7 is committed to covering your community, your family, your story...because we're in this together.
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