Northern California was rattled early Sunday morning by a strong 6.0 magnitude earthquake. It left 70 people injured, and caused power outages and damage to historic buildings throughout the Napa region.
We asked Mashable readers who live in the area to describe how the earthquake felt. Some said it was violent and quick. Others described more of a rolling motion. One reader, from American Canyon, California, said she “felt like I was on a ship deck in rough water.”
From the hills of Napa to the streets of Sacramento, see how Mashable readers described the quake on the embedded map, below, which we created using an open-source tool called …
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