Without a doubt, the community came together. Earthquake: Magnitude 4.4 quake recorded near Ukiah State Sen. Bill Dodd issued a statement acknowledging the quake’s fifth anniversary a few days after a phone interview remembering his reaction and response as a then-Napa supervisor. The last major earthquake in the Bay Area was the Loma Prieta earthquake — a magnitude 6.9 quake that struck on Oct. 17, 1989, in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The anniversary is also an opportunity to remind everyone to prepare for the next earthquake.”, Dodd was in his Napa home at 3:20 a.m. when the ground shook violently. Gathering his senses, he checked on his daughter’s home and his son’s. Public Health . Laurie Anne Thompson, 65, died of a brain injury suffered during the 6.0-magnitude earthquake in Napa Valley last month. “So much has happened in the last five years, but we shouldn’t overlook how destructive this earthquake was and how far we’ve come in recovery,” Sen. Dodd said. “One thing we learned from this type of earthquake … the damage above ground is obvious. I wouldn’t wish any of these natural disasters on anybody.”. It was neighbors helping neighbors.”, In a leadership role, Dodd said that “I think first and foremost, you’re trying to make sure that people that need help, get help. “The earthquake was frightening at the time,” said Pastor Al Marks. “She had just come to Napa. Laurie Anne Thompson, 65, … The Long Beach school district pushed back its plan for starting in-person instruction in January to March, citing the rise in COVID-19 cases. Napa Earthquake Series - Impact - Duration: 3:15. First death reported from Napa earthquake Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) The Latest News and Updates in earthquake brought to you by the team at FOX40: Laurie told her daughter, when the quake hit she was awake, sitting in a chair watching TV. The building that housed the salon was declared unsafe and red tagged. Subscribe to the LA Times to hear ‘Man in the Window,’ ‘Dirty John’ and ‘Detective Trapp,’ without the ads, Subscriber exclusive: Listen to hit LA Times podcasts without the ads, Long Beach schools push back reopening to March, citing rise in COVID-19 cases. Dozens of water mains broke when the 6.0 magnitude earthquake yesterday. San Mateo County pleads with outsiders to stop visiting to shop and dine. Los Angeles officials approved a $700,000 payout to a police lieutenant after city attorneys determined his supervisors wrongly demoted him after he reported alleged misconduct in his unit, records show. “When I went and saw her, and saw the black eye, she was articulating very well. For years, Thompson had cared for her ailing father in Sacramento before he died last year. The 1929 Gordon Building, badly damaged in Napa's 2014 earthquake but now restored and retrofitted, is another 2020 recipient of an Award of Merit. ‘I’ve seen people die.’ COVID-19 slams Central Valley hospitals, as many resist lockdowns. The largest earthquake to hit the San Francisco Bay area in 25 years has claimed its first death, about two weeks after the tremor. She gave her nephew an alarm clock with her voice screaming, ‘Wake up!’ She was the goofy one, she was a great mom, and she was super funny.”. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg). In the 1994 Northridge earthquake, for instance, a 28-year-old man died after he was struck by a microwave oven when his mobile home collapsed. San Francisco begins administering the COVID-19 vaccine to frontline healthcare workers, distributing a first batch of 12,675 doses to hospitals across the city. ... Life After Death Experience (NDE) with Steve Gardipee, Vietnam War Story | One of the Best NDEs - Duration: 16:38. With glass breaking “and that kind of stuff, I wasn’t going to hang around my house,” Dodd said, quickly driving nearby to his daughter’s house “to check on the grandkids. Four homes at Napa Valley Mobile Home Park in Napa were destroyed by a fire triggered by the 6.0-magnitude earthquake that struck early Sunday. Amid a surge in coronavirus cases, San Mateo County is the only county in the Bay Area to not adhere to a voluntary stay-at-home order. Napa’s a pretty resilient community. The earthquake that jolted California's wine capital may have caused at least $1 billion in property damage, but it also added impetus to the state's effort to develop an early warning system that might offer a few precious seconds for residents to duck under desks, trains to slow down and utility lines to be powered down before the seismic waves reach them. Map: Pair of earthquakes rattle Morgan Hill Upscale home for dementia patients sued over deaths in COVID-19 outbreak. The next day, a Monday, Thompson told her son she wasn’t feeling well, noting her legs felt light. 2.4 magnitude earthquake 2020-12-04 10:55:59 UTC at 10:55 December 04, 2020 UTC Location: Epicenter at 38.815, -122.812 7.2 km from Cobb (4.2 miles) “That was a big learning experience,” Sedgley said. Public health officials are anxiously tracking the capacity of intensive care units as coronavirus case numbers surge. “A lot of major damage and hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage.”, Napa wasn’t going to surrender, Dodd emphasized “as a community that’s suffered through fires, floods and the earthquake. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group), Trevor Spady and Cris Leffle, right, of the Contra Costa Water District repair a broken water main on Oak St. in Napa, Calif., on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014. The ground-shaking during the earthquake was the highest level recorded in modern times for downtown Napa. “When you have a major incident, you want all your players to be able to assemble rapidly.”, Dodd said he and others followed the lead by “a great mentor,” U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson, D-St. Helena, who has “been our senator or congressman during most of these natural disasters.”, Thompson, said Dodd, has been an example of “why it’s important being calm, cool and understanding while representing a unified message to our community” post-tragedies while “first responders do their jobs without interference. Map: 5.1 earthquake near Mono Lake followed by flurry of aftershocks (File photo by Ben Margot, The Associated Press). Shaking from the Napa quake was strong enough to send large objects flying, said state geologist John Parrish. They had way more damage than I did.”, Older homes “got knocked off their foundations, a lot of chimneys crumbling, a lot of homes red-tagged unsafe,” Dodd said. Declared a major disaster for Napa and Solano counties by President Barack Obama, the 6.0 was the largest quake in the Bay Area since the 6.9 Loma Prieta earthquake in 1989. Map: More earthquakes in recent seismic hot spot near California line There will be those who don’t have a voice … like many senior citizens or people who don’t have a family network, and that’s something that was important to me then and continues to be important to me.”, Napa Vice Mayor Scott Sedgley said it’s city officials’ duties to assure the public that “if there’s a fire, people are on the scene quickly and if there are injuries, we’re addressing the injured.”. But it’s also bringing an uptick in COVID-19 cases. Thompson’s daughter said the family was devastated. Tuesday’s swearing-in ceremony at City Hall for Sedgley and incoming Councilmembers Beth Painter and Bernie Narvaez will mark the end of Techel’s 24 … 0:21. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Share Shares Copy Link Copy {copyShortcut} to copy Link copied! It’s heartening to see such resilience. Eyewitness accounts are pouring in from those who felt the magnitude of Sunday's South Napa Earthquake firsthand. President Obama, pictured, declared an emergency in California allowing federal aid to be sent to the Napa County area which suffered $400 million of damage after the August 24 earthquake. “She was everybody’s favorite aunt. Study: Monterey County earthquakes tied to oil operations In downtown Vallejo, First Baptist Church lost its bell tower, with Bay Area media converging at Carolina Street and Sonoma Boulevard. The magnitude-6.0 quake struck early Sunday near the city of Napa. “It’s definitely physically possible for a television to be moving off the table it’s sitting on,” said U.S. Geological Survey geophysicist Brad Aagaard. A magnitude 6.0 earthquake strikes in Napa County (damage pictured), with an epicenter 3.7 miles (6.0 km) northwest of the city of American Canyon, the largest earthquake to hit the San Francisco Bay Area since the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, sending at least 172 people to the hospital While the shaking resulted in more than 100 buildings being red-tagged, meaning they are too dangerous to be entered, experts say people are much more likely to be injured by falling or flying objects -- such as televisions, lamps, glasses and bookcases -- than die in a collapsed building. Some years, we get lucky and the death toll is minimal, but other years it�s in the tens of thousands, if not higher. Updated at 1:20 p.m. At least 87 people were injured early Sunday morning after the largest earthquake to hit California’s Napa Valley in 25 years struck near the Bay Area. “That said, compared to a hurricane or tornado, wild fires and other natural disasters, the good news is that it’s quick. The Old Faithful Geyser of California erupts in Calistoga on Sept. 26, 2015. The corner of an office building on Brown St. and Second St. in downtown, hangs precariously over the intersection following a large earthquake in Napa, Calif., on Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014. “There were some that had to shut down business for a while, but most of the businesses were still up and going,” Dodd said. The bad news is that the devastation can be equal or worse. Marks said an extensive “and expensive” retrofit in the early 1990s paid off. (Gary Reyes/Bay Area News Group), Seven-year-old Joey Bell helps clean out her mother's earthquake damaged hair salon as Stephanie Killingsworth, right, looks on Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, in Napa, Calif. ICU capacity has fallen to 1% in Ventura County and 0% in Riverside County, while Los Angeles County has fewer than 100 beds available. She was set to live her life.”. The Bay Area native is a graduate of UC Berkeley and started at the Los Angeles Times in 2004. The damage underground with sewer and water pipes, that’s a big problem,” Sedgley said. Even before the Aug. 24 earthquake, the Napa Firefighters Museum was living on borrowed time. Rong-Gong Lin II is a metro reporter based in San Francisco who specializes in covering statewide earthquake safety issues and the COVID-19 pandemic. The magnitude 6.0 South Napa Earthquake of August 24, 2014, took the lives of two people, injured 300 others, and caused moderate to severe damage to more than 2,000 structures. Thompson had dozed off in a recliner in her living room about 2 1/2 feet from an old tube-style television set up on a 3-foot stand before the 3:20 a.m. quake hit. A look back at 6.0 earthquake that hit Napa…, Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), A look back at 6.0 earthquake that hit Napa five years ago, Map: Pair of earthquakes rattle Morgan Hill, Map: More earthquakes in recent seismic hot spot near California line, Study: Monterey County earthquakes tied to oil operations, Earthquake: Magnitude 4.4 quake recorded near Ukiah, Map: 5.1 earthquake near Mono Lake followed by flurry of aftershocks. And they need to. The historic blue-collar town of Vallejo is a short distance but a far cry from the touristy Napa Valley's vineyards and quaint towns, but when Sunday's big earthquake struck, it was not spared. “There are people that don’t take it seriously. Gurbeer Singh cleans up merchandise that fell at a 7-Eleven story in a magnitude-6.0 earthquake in Napa in 2014. “It’s a shining example of a community coming together and bouncing back. NAPA, CA - AUGUST 26: A crack runs down the center of an earthquake-damaged street on August 26, 2014 in Napa, California. (Aric Crabb/Bay Area News Group), Jeanette Pierce fills up containers of water at an emergency fill station in downtown Napa, Calif., on Monday afternoon, Aug. 25, 2014, one day after the South Napa earthquake struck the Bay Area. The earthquake that jolted California's wine capital may have caused at least $1 billion in property damage, but it also added impetus to the state's effort to develop an early warning system that might offer a few precious seconds for residents to duck under desks, trains to slow down and utility lines to be powered down before the seismic waves reach them. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images), A worker sweeps up glass from a broken window at the Napa Medical Center on Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014 in Napa, Calif. A 6.0 earthquake centered near the city of Napa caused damage and sent multiple vicitms to the hospital. It was the latest blow to a town that has weathered years of bankruptcy and is now beset by gangs and crime. To date, FEMA has reimbursed the city $1.78 million, or roughly 24 percent of the total. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Within three weeks after the South Napa Quake, the City of Vallejo yellow-tagged for partial use 404 structures, red-tagged for non-use 34 structures, and provided 2,049 earthquake-related inspections, according to a Sept. 22, 2014 Earthquake Status Update. ‘Long road ahead’: San Francisco begins vaccinations amid ongoing COVID-19 surge. The geyser is powered by geothermal forces below the surface and is said to be a reliable earthquake predictor. Johnson said her mother often took care of others before herself. Experts recommend fastening big appliances like televisions and microwaves to walls using Velcro fasteners that can be purchased at hardware stores. The television was not strapped to the stand or a wall. There was no deviation in her behavior. Shaana 14,561 views. Pierce has been without water since the quake hit and she does not expect it back soon as she lives on a block with only two houses. breaking top story. COVID-19 wave battering suburban counties, Supreme Court rejects Trump’s last-chance lawsuit to undo Biden victory, Your questions about COVID-19 vaccines answered. L.A. County has fewer than 100 ICU beds available, and the worst is yet to come, officials say. It was only later that her daughter found out that Thompson had sent a text message to another friend complaining of a “horrible” headache. For more earthquake safety news, follow me on Twitter: @ronlin. L.A. dispatches mobile COVID-19 testing to high-risk communities of color. Tourism is quickly recovering in Mexico, as Americans flock south for an easy escape. There’s nothing like experiencing a major earthquake, Dodd said, trying his best to describe it for those who have dodged a minute of the earth shifting beneath their feet. He is helped by his sons Stefan and Jules. The historic blue-collar town of Vallejo is a short distance but a far cry from the touristy Napa Valley's vineyards and quaint towns, but when Sunday's big earthquake struck, it was not spared. A 6.0 earthquake rocked the San Francisco Bay Area shortly after 3:00 am on Sunday morning causing damage to buildings and sending at least 70 people to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. “We made sure of that message loud and clear.”. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg), City workers at right map out the installation of fencing around earthquake damaged buildings Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, in Napa, Calif. The bayside city that twice was briefly the capital of California sustained more than $5 million in damage and dozens of injuries. Judge freezes assets of famed L.A. lawyer Tom Girardi, citing millions unpaid to clients. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg), NAPA, CA - AUGUST 24: A worker looks at a pile of 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. It killed 63 people … That’s very important.”. It is They just need to,” Johnson said. ‘It’s irresponsible’. The South Napa earthquake along the San Andreas Fault reached 6.0, caused roughly $1 billion in damage, injured 200, killed one and jolted plenty of nerves. Her death is the first to be blamed on the Aug. 24 earthquake. In Ventura County, intensive care unit capacity has dropped to 1% and COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to set records, health officials say. It was the latest blow to a town that has weathered years of bankruptcy and is now beset by gangs and crime. Laurie Anne Thompson died Friday morning after suffering an intracranial hemorrhage, or bleeding in the brain, the Napa County Sheriff’s Department said Wednesday. NAPA, Calif. (KABC) -- A 65-year-old woman who suffered a head injury during last month's earthquake in Napa Valley has died, sheriff's officials said. “And that’s what makes me the most sad,” she said. She was still my mom, and I downgraded it in my mind to a black eye,” Johnson said. Thompson spent her life caring for her family as a daughter, aunt and grandmother, her daughter said. A judge has frozen the assets of attorney Thomas Girardi, who handled the case that inspired “Erin Brockovich,” saying he misappropriated funds intended for the families of jet crash victims. The city of Napa has spent or approved $7.39 million toward earthquake-related work and services. Laurie Thompson is the first death associated with Napa's 6.0 earthquake. Thompson was knocked unconscious, and awoke on the floor with a black eye, the television next to her. As medical providers plead with their communities to help them control the coronavirus, some workers and business owners say they can’t afford to listen. The South Napa earthquake along the San Andreas Fault reached 6.0, caused roughly $1 billion in damage, injured 200, killed one and jolted plenty of nerves. Johnson said her first inclination was to get her mom to the hospital, but she was downplaying concerns. Officials have sent mobile testing to communities in the East San Fernando Valley and South L.A., where coronavirus infections have nearly doubled. “Family was her hobby,” Johnson said. In the winter months, when activity is more frequent, the geyser erupts every five to fifteen minutes. A pair of earthquake fault lines previously believed to be of little seismic threat to Southern California have been re-evaluated by scientists, who on Tuesday said the pair actually are a single fault that is capable of even more damage than previously believed. Share Shares Copy Link Copy {copyShortcut} to copy Link copied! Quake was death knell for Firefighters Museum | Local News | napavalleyregister.com Thanks for reading. A 65-year-old Napa grandmother has died after she was struck in the head by a television during last month’s magnitude 6.0 earthquake, which produced the worst shaking to be recorded in region’s modern history. “Clearly, it is very frightening,” Dodd said. She had just moved back to Napa 3 1/2 months ago for an active life as a grandmother. Thompson was known as Nanny T, often caring for her four grandchildren. People were walking the streets in their night clothes,” Sedgley said Friday afternoon by phone. “It was like Armageddon. A 65-year-old woman who was struck by a falling television has become the first known fatality from the 6.0-magnitude earthquake in southern Napa County last … One morning, last month (August 24), residents of Napa, California, and surrounding areas, were awakened by one of their worst fears; an earthquake. She would put confetti in cards for people to throw out. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group), Structural engineers Andy Thompson and Ibbi Almufti do a general assessment of the Vintner's Collective building, Monday morning Aug. 25, 2014, one day after the South Napa earthquake struck the Bay Area. Most of the historic row homes had fallen chimneys and were sealed off. In Northern California, however, there were four quakes of 6.0 or larger between Loma Prieta and South Napa. Earthquake news and alerts. (Gary Reyes/Bay Area News Group), A crane lowers pieces from a collapsed elevator shaft outside an earthquake damaged former department store Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, in Vallejo, Calif. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg), Ray Particelli, owner of Napa Valley Olive Oil in Napa, Calif., mops up imported Italian balsamic vinegar that spilled during the South Nappa earthquake Sunday morning, Aug. 24, 2014. But when the dust cleared and all the repairs were finished, we came out about four feet shorter and still going strong.”. She had emergency brain surgery that night. Related Articles “There will almost certainly be broken glass, and internal furnishings -- items such as paintings, pictures, books, vases and dishes -- tend to fly about,” Parrish said. $700,000 payout followed finding that LAPD whistleblower was wrongly ousted, records show. Northern California was hit by a magnitude 6.0 earthquake just outside of Napa at 3:20 am this morning. Sedgley said the “command structure” assistance center — a “one-stop shop” — used after the quake proved valuable when the 2017 wild fires hit. The 7.1 and 6.4 Ridgecrest earthquakes in July — and the 5.0 in the same area Thursday — may be an almost ongoing wake-up call to Kern County residents, but unless Napa and to a lesser extent Vallejo residents hit the snooze button, their shake-up was Aug. 24, 2014. Get Morning Report and other email newsletters. It is the first quake fatality in California since the San Simeon earthquake in 2003. Sedgley, a retired Napa Fire Dept. Youth sports, mall singing, parties alarm Ventura County health officials. Johnson urged people to take blows to the head seriously and get medically evaluated as soon as possible. Earthquake shakes Northern California – Ron Peralez sits on rubble and looks at damaged buildings on Monday, August 25, in Napa, California. When the South Napa quake hit, “we were very fortunate” only the bell tower suffered damage, Marks said. Some 25 miles away, Vallejo didn’t escape damage — mostly crumbling chimneys, especially on the commandants’ houses on Mare Island. 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