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After 6.0 earthquake, flames light up Napa mobile home park
After 6.0 earthquake, flames light up Napa mobile home park

Bill Linder couldn't sleep so he sat up in bed during the pre-dawn darkness Sunday and thought about going to watch TV. His mind drifted for a bit, and then he heard a noise that seemed to shake his entire body. It had to be a plane crash, he thought. "It didn't rumble, just boom!" he said. "It was like Napa bounced." The 63-year-old rushed barefoot through the hallway — now damp with spilled olive oil and littered with shards of broken Starbucks mugs — and onto his front porch. It was just after 3 a.m., and the flames eating his neighbor's home illuminated everything. He was bearing witness to the first signs of what the 6.0-magnitude...

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