Earthquake Hits A Nerve In Napa

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Eddie Villa uses a shovel to clean up wine bottles that were thrown from the shelves at Van's Liquors following a reported 6.0 earthquake on August 24, 2014 in Napa, California. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

It’s harvest season in Northern California’s Napa Valley, which normally means lots of grape picking and tourist activity. Yesterday’s 6.0 earthquake was the largest to shake the San Francisco since 1989.

As wine makers and sellers sweep up broken glass and survey the damage, KQED’s Mina Kim speaks with Here & Now’s Sacha Pfeiffer about yesterday’s quake and how the area is moving forward.


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