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BY THE NUMBERS: 6.0 Earthquake Injures 170, Tens of Thousands Without Power, Buildings Crumble

NAPA (CBS SF) -- The 6.0 earthquake Sunday morning caused widespread damage across the north San Francisco Bay Area.

Injuries included head injuries from falling brick, multiple cuts from glass, and at least one heart attack.

The strong quake damaged water mains, ruptured gas lines, tore out power lines, and buckled roadways.

The latest numbers:

INJURIES: 172 treated in Napa, 13 hospitalized, including child
BUILDINGS DESTROYED At least 6 mobile homes burned, 16 buildings red-flagged in downtown Napa, mainly un-reinforced brick masonry. Wineries report major damage to product.
ROADWAYS All major Bay Area bridges cleared.Highway 37, State Route 12, and State Route 121 damaged, but open.  CHP running traffic control on highways.
RAIL No Amtrak Capitol Corridor service from Roseville to San Jose pending track inspection. BART running, ACE Train cancelled service to Levi's Stadium, Caltrain track inspected, running.
INFRASTRUCTURE 30,000 were without power, 100 gas lines ruptured, 30 water mains broken.Water is safe to drink in Napa. The city tapped into backup water supplies to maintain water pressure through area.

Napa Airport control tower damaged.

Schools being inspected, classes may still be cancelled Monday.

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