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Napa, CA, August 30, 2014 ; A scorched tree stands in the aftermath of fire damage from broken gas lines at the Napa Valley Mobile Home Park in the City of Napa, California, which was struck by a 6.0 earthquake at 3:20 a.m. on August 24, 2014. At least 125 structures were tagged by inspectors as unsafe to enter in the City of Napa after the earthquake. FEMA supports state, local and tribal governments in their efforts to recover from the effects of natural disasters. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA

Napa, CA, August 30, 2014 ; A scorched tree stands in the aftermath of fire damage from broken gas lines at the Napa Valley Mobile Home Park in the City of Napa, California, which was struck by a 6.0 earthquake at 3:20 a.m. on August 24, 2014. At least 125 structures were tagged by inspectors as unsafe to enter in the City of Napa after the earthquake. FEMA supports state, local and tribal governments in their efforts to recover from the effects of natural disasters. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA

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Date Taken: 2014-08-30 12:13:18 UTC

Photographer Name: Christopher Mardorf

City/State: Napa, CA

Disaster Types: Earthquake

Categories: Debris
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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