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Earthquake damage in Vallejo is put at $5.2 million in early estimates
Earthquake damage in Vallejo is put at $5.2 million in early estimates

The earthquake that struck the Bay Area early Sunday caused less damage here than in nearby Napa but still sent chunks of chimneys tumbling to the ground, damaged several downtown buildings and left a church bell tower on the verge of collapse. Vallejo's response to the earthquake felt smaller and calmer too: Hours after the quake, only a few residents walked through the hilly streets of downtown, past restored boutiques and empty buildings with windows covered in paper. Firefighters sat chatting in chairs outside the station. A few downtown shop owners swept shattered glass from the sidewalks. Napa's crumbling historic buildings and famous wine cellars received the most...

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